Maine Department of Corrections: The Maine Department of Corrections is responsible for the directions and intensive supervision of both adult and juvenile correctional programs within the local state. This program aims to reduce the rate recidivism by maintaining evidence-based methods that hold the offenders accountable.
Northern Maine Regional Reentry Center (NMRRC): The Northern Maine Regional Reentry Center works to accompany men and women who are Maine citizens with histories of criminal offenses and successful integration into the local community. It provides treatment, support, supervision and job skills as well as career counseling.
Maine Coastal Regional Reentry Center (MCRRC): The Maine Coastal Regional Reentry Center was founded with a mission of becoming a residential center accommodating ex-offenders. Each week a session of 40 hours in length will be provided with comprehensive cover of individual development in order to successfully assist incarcerated men transition back into home communities.
Maine’s reentry housing program: The Maine Reentry Housing Program is especially targeted to address and resolve the need of accommodation with the awareness of its being one of the most severe and complex problems our community is facing thus striving to come up with proper solutions to combat the issue.
Southern Maine Re-entry Center: After coming back from correctional facilities, up to 64 women can be facilitated by the Southern Maine Re Entry Center to pursue their path of coming back to the home communities and become productive members of society.