Tennessee Reentry Collaborative (TREC): The Tennessee Reentry Collaborative (TREC) was established in October 2004 and is led the Tennessee Department of Correction, a government organization which exists for the purpose of operating safe and secure prisons and providing effective community supervision in order to protect the public. A collaborative approach involving multiple agencies of state government, local government, and private service providers has created TREC with the mission of to providing a number of services for all offenders reentering society so that it will reduce recidivism and promote public safety.
CCA Inmate Reentry Programs: The CCA Inmate Reentry Programs are designed by Corrections Corporation of America existing for the purpose of providing both men and women who are incarcerated in prison with the services, support, and resources they need to become productive, contributing members of society after being released from the prison. Since its establishment in 1983, CCA Inmate Reentry Programs has helped more than 70,000 inmates and detainees to successfully reintegrate into the community and protect public safety.
Corizon Reentry Tennessee: The Corizon Tennessee Reentry Program focuses on a thorough assistance to enable successful reintegration for ex-offenders. The program offers help with various issues including medical care, housing assistance, vocational training, employment finding, food and clothes supply, and other resources and services to facilitate successful reentry.
Project Return: The Project Return works with people that are incarcerated within the last 12 months to enable them to put prison behind and get on their feet again. The project offers assistance to ex-offenders both before they are released and after they are out of the prison. Basically, it includes training, coaching, and other individualized programs.
2-1-1 Tennessee Statewide Resource Network: The 2-1-1 Tennessee Statewide Resource Network offers those who are once incarcerated an open access to the resources they need to successfully get back to the society by giving descriptions and contact information of the program that may further assist the ex-offenders.
Memphis and Shelby County Office of Reentry: The Memphis and Shelby County Office of Reentry is the collaboration of the Shelby County Division of Corrections’ Re-entry program, the City of Memphis Second Chance program and the Tennessee Board ‘of Probation and Parole. It aims at providing the offenders all the necessary tools and resources to enable a lasting change for them and for the society as a whole.
THDA Reentry Housing Program: The THDA Reentry Housing Program offers those that are once incarcerated a chance to get back into the society by providing them a place to live. By making payments to nonprofits that provide housing for the ex-offenders, the program is helping not only these people but also the entire society.
MOV Aftercare and Re-Entry Program: The MOV After-care and Reentry Program offers assistance in various aspects to help those that have just been released from the prison from falling back into their wrong behaviors. The program includes mentoring, training, counseling, and other individualized procedures for them to get back on their feet.
Doorways Reentry Program: The Doorways Reentry Program works in collaboration with Mark Luttrell Correctional Center for Women (MLCC) and other community faith-based organizations to create intensive programs to help female ex-offenders to get back to the society. The program may include mentoring, life skills, vocational training, and other supportive services.
Our Father’s House (OFH): The Our Father’s House (OFH) provides supportive services to the homeless men and women that meet their requirements. The services include thorough assistance from food, shelter, housing search, etc. During the time under the program, the participants are asked to follow some rules such as not using drugs or alcohol.
Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry & Re-Entry Center: The Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry & Re-Entry Center offers assistance to the incarcerated, those that are released from the prison and the kids of the incarcerated. The program includes the in-prison services such as training, behavior classes; the reentry program includes vocational training, mentoring and other youth programs to assist the children.
Cities of Refuge Network : The Cities of Refuge Network is a network of employers, non-profit organizations, churches, and other services/resources providers to provide the people who have once made mistakes and the families of them to have the second chance and reenter quickly and successfully into the society.