Road to Success: The Road to Success is a program of Oregon Department of Corrections which provides offenders who are six( or fewer) months away from their release dates with a self-assessment of skills, training and guidance on how to re-enter work, family and community life after serving time in prison. Through the program, inmates will be provided many connections to community resources, access to an employment kiosk or opportunities to work in an office which will help them successfully transition back into the community.
Reentry Transition Center (RTC): A partnership of 7 non-profit organizations has created the Reentry Transition Center (RTC) in September 2009 with the purpose of assisting former incarcerated individuals in reintegrating into the communities by providing for their immediate needs such as accessing to phone, email, fax, internet, mailbox, assessing alcohol and drug, housing referrals, meals, clothing… and navigation to essential services.
Prisoner Re-Entry Employment Program (PREP): The Prisoner Re-Entry Employment Program (PREP) was developed in 2010 with the objective of assisting incarcerated individuals obtain and maintain long-term employment. It focuses on providing ex-offenders universal with vocational case management, career and work readiness, job development and support services do that they will successfully and efficiently transition into the society after serving in the prison
Sponsors, Inc.: The Sponsors, Inc was established in 1973 and now is nationally recognized as a model utilizing best practices in reentry services. Its services aim at offering transitional housing and employment opportunities for both men and women who are released from Oregon prisons and jail in Lane County, Oregon. By providing these people with opportunities to succeed, it not only helps to reduce recidivism among the formerly incarcerated but also create a safer community and productive people.
Reentry Enhancement Coordination (REC) : The Reentry Enhancement Coordination (REC) is a program of Volunteers of America Oregon, an independent charitable organization which aims at closing gaps in services provided to offenders when they reintegrate into the community. The stated goals of REC are to reduce recidivism, relapse and use of addictive substances, increase treatment engagement and help participant to attain and maintain secure housing, and employment retention.
Northwest Regional Re-entry Center (NWRRC) : The Northwest Regional Re-entry Center (NWRRC),in partnership with the Bureau of Prisons, United States Probation and Pretrial Services, and other community agencies, has successfully provided services and referrals for offenders to transition from prison to their communities. It helps to reduce recidivism and strengthen our communities by providing suitable employment, secure housing, and reunion with family.