Massachusetts Reentry & Reintegration: It is operated by the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security. The office introduces many tools for families and friends to visit inmates easily with a clear and simple well-guided website. There are pre-arranged forms for the services offered by the Office so that it takes only a few minutes to submit.
Gavin Foundation: The Gavin Foundation has made many successful cases for ex-offenders to go back happily to their communities and families. The Foundation is operated in close connection to the Massachussetts Parole Board to deliver services quickly to inmates preparing to be released.
Boston Reentry Initiative (BRI): The goal of the BRI is to reduce the recidivism of inmates and to make sure they can re-integrate into their neighborhoods without any trouble at all. BRI is focused on the treatment of high-risk violent ex-offenders and is equipped with many tools to follow them directly into their local environment.
Common Ground Institute (CGI): The Common Ground Institute provides 02 separate modules for ex-offenders that covers in total 10 weeks for their preparation before they are released. The modules equip participants with skills for their employment and re-integration when they come back to the community.
Community Reentry for Women (C.R.E.W.): The Community Reentry for Women Program places much focus on preparing female inmates with important life skills, vocational guides and healthcare. Women ex-offenders are the top priority in C.R.E.W. and will receive top-notch services from this Program for their released back into their neighborhoods.
Court Assisted Recovery Effort (C.A.R.E.): The Court Assisted Recovery Effort helps participants recover from their time in prison by giving well-crafted assistance programs that makes sure that they will have a law-abiding life with employment and good social attitude after jail. C.A.R.E. delivers much specific supervision on inmates with greater expectations, along with better opportunity and timely help.
Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department : The SCSD works with a common goal to protect and improve Suffolk County with its programs to care for inmates and reduce their chance of recidivism. The whole staff of the Department is dedicated make Suffolk County a safe and secure place where both residents and inmates can live safety and protected.
Wyman Community Reentry Program: This Program of Boston Public Health Commission offers around-the-clock services for substance abuse recovery of ex-offenders. The Program covers up to 90 days with extra services such as case management, criminal and legal consultancy.
Community Resources for Justice (CRJ): The programs of CRJ have a big focus on specializing treatment towards particular needs of participants. Client comfort and public safety are the top priorities in CRJ. Partnered with the community and many social service agencies for premium quality treatment toward inmates, CRJ works towards both the community and the participants as their highest dedication.
Worcester Initiative for Supported Reentry: The WISR creates some projects and programs known as the Wiser Men and Wiser Women for ex-offenders to receive support and help from Advocates to improve themselves from their mistakes and gain necessary skills to go back to the community.
VOA Adult Re-Entry: The Turning Point Re-Entry Program helps to improve of life of inmates after their release by giving them services and assistance for re-integration into the community. The Program also works to reduce the recidivism and keep the neighborhoods safe. The program starts as soon as the participants leave the prison and lasts for up to 12 months.