Project 180 Reentry: Knowing the fact that over 45% of inmates return to the Florida prison system a short time after release due to their failure to integrating into the community, Project 180 Reentry has been created for male prisoners in the state to help break the cycle with its 2-year highly structured Residential Program.
Florida Department of Corrections Re-Entry Resource: Reentry Resource of the Florida Department of Corrections, the third largest prison managed by state government in the US, provides transiting inmates many service and assistance, including basic education, bilingual assistance, career counseling and health care to help them get a second chance returning to the community.
CareerSource Central Florida: Career Source Central Florida is a platform where the business and job seekers can find the solution for the recruitment and career plan. With its unique experts and insight knowledge, Career Source Central Florida help candidates to tailor their career pathway and assist business to find the right talents for their organizations.
Sex Offender Housing of Florida: The Sex Offender Housing of Florida provides residential housing and assistant resources to elder males who are sex offenders and have served their time in prison. It helps released inmates create themselves a better chance to have a fresh start, increase their social status and contribute to the community.
Reintegration of Ex-Offenders (RExO): The Reintegration of Ex-offenders (RExO) is an adult program aims at reduce recidivism and strengthen the community by helping individuals with disability get employment opportunities. It provides a variety of programs and services, including vocational training, employability skills training, mentoring, substance abuse counseling and support services.
Pinellas County Ex-offender Re-entry Coalition Home: The Pinellas County Ex-offender Re-entry Coalition Home (PERC) associates with both local and religious group in offering assistance to those who have criminal background but desire to have a fresh start and reentry the community. It organizes many different classes of attitude and employment training and development.
Goodwill-Suncoast’s work-release programs: The Work-release programs consist of 2 centers: St. Petersburg Suncoast Work-Release Center and Hillsborough County Residential Reentry Center. St. Petersburg Suncoast Center is funded by Florida Department of Corrections to help female offenders from facilities all over Florida transitioning from correction system into the community. Meanwhile, The Hillsborough Center, funded by Federal Bureau of Prisons, is designed to help federal nonviolent inmates reintegrating into society.
Remar USA: The Remar USA is an international Christian Outreach Ministry. Since its establishment in Spain in the early 80’s, it has made its way around the world, reaching more than 70 countries in Europe, USA,.., to date. It provides help and assistance to those who have problems relating to alcohol, homelessness, and children and woman abuse.
Abe Brown Ministries: The Abe Brown Ministries is faith-based organization which offers complete and inclusive services to help inmates and ex-inmates have skills and proper attitude to reintegrate into the community as a responsible and independent citizens, as well as provides cure to children and families that are broken due to incarceration.
His Healing Hand: The His Healing Hand Ministries are at the Goodwill Job Center located in the Orlando Metro area of central Florida providing help and assistance for those who are having tough time getting employment opportunities due to their criminal background. His Healing Hand Ministries also provides preparation and aftercare resources and support to ex-offenders.