Texas Offenders Reentry Initiative (T.O.R.I.): The Texas Offender Reentry Initiatives (T.O.R.I) offers the people that are released from the prison the chance to get back into the society. They provide supportive services in many aspects including providing housing, helping families adversely affected by incarceration, employment assistance, health care, education and so on.
Unlocking Doors : The Unlocking Doors acts provides advocacy services for people that are trying to reintegrate into the society after incarceration. By providing the incarcerated with support in food, clothes, education, job readiness, legal assistance and so on, Unlocking Doors is working to reduce the recidivism and ensure stability for the society.
Tarrant County Reentry Coalition (TCRC): The Tarrant County Reentry Coalition (TCRC) works to help ex-offenders to overcome the challenges of reentry. This site provides the ex-offenders, their family members and case managers and open access to many necessary resources to enable them to successfully get back on their feet again.
Reentry and Integration Division: The Reentry and Integration Division works to reduce the recidivism by establishing 3-phase plan for the ex-offenders to re-enter the society. In the first phase, the reentry program begins by screening the eligible applicant, then it works to assess their individual case and finally provide them with supportive assistance in vocational training and so on to get them prepared after release.
Texas Criminal Justice Coalition (TCJC): The Texas Criminal Justice Coalition (TCJC) works hand in hand with policy makers, practitioners, and other community members to analyze and promote appropriate juvenile policy. By doing so, TCJC aims at to transform the justice system, strengthen the families, and stabilize the society.
Bridges to Life: The Bridges to Life aims at establishing a connection between prisons and communities to ensure successful reintegration and reduce recidivism. The program that Bridges to Life provide the offenders is an intensive 14-week process during with the offenders are brought together with volunteers and facilitators for them to listen, to discuss the impact of their crimes and to receive mentoring.
Volunteers of America Texas: The Volunteers of America Texas has been making a difference to the communities since 1917 with their presence in more than 30 communities. They provide their clients with many supportive services to get over their current stage and move on in life. Some of those include: addiction treatment, affordable housing, reentry programs, and so on.