New Mexico Corrections Department: The Department of Corrections of New Mexico plays a major role in helping inmates become good citizens through many training programs and pre-release coaching sessions. The goal is to reduce the criminal behavior and promote positive relationships and attitude amongst members of the society. Under such programs, inmates have chance to be productive, contributing and efficient in their neighborhood.
Amity Foundation Reentry Program: Addressing the changing needs of ex-offenders who are soon to be released into the community, the Amity Foundation Reentry Program has received many awards and recognition for their tremendous effort in helping ex-felons recover from their criminal behaviors, develop life skills, promote public safety and responsibility, reduce recidivism. Ex-offenders are given chances to be productive and positive members of the community when they get back.
HIRE Network New Mexico: The HIRE Network of New Mexico provides diverse job posting for anyone in New Mexico searching for jobs, training or rehabilitation, including people with criminal histories. Everyone is welcome in this network to search for jobs that can help them become contributing members of the community. The Federal Bonding Program is crafted specifically for this group of targets to cover their fidelity bonding insurance.
Dismas House: Built in 1994, the Dismas House has been working relentlessly to assist individuals in their transition back from the prison to the community. Many innovative programs have been developed to match with the growing needs of ex-offenders and changes in requirements of the society. 100-125 former offenders are treated and helped by Dismas House every year.