Prisoner Reentry Project: The Prisoner Reentry Project by the University of Utah gives report on the current state of the reentry initiatives in Utah. By its research, it studies and assesses the reentry process and programs to find out about their current state and address the remaining problems.
Foundation for Family Life: The Foundation for Family Life provides support to the men and women who are released from incarceration and now trying to get back to the society. It works to help these people overcome challenges by providing them with education, training, transitional housing, and other employment services.
Active Reentry: The Active Reentry in Utah offers many different programs to assist people with disabilities to overcome their challenge and integrate successfully into the society. The core services they provide include providing information, advocacy services, life skills training, nursing home diversion and transition, and counseling.
Utah Department of Corrections: The Utah Department of Corrections prepares for the successful reintegration of the offenders back into the community from the first day they enter the prison system. They first have their available skills evaluated then new skills trained and receive other treatment. The aim of the program is to provide offenders with all the tools they need to restart their life.
Golden Spike Outreach: The Golden Spike Outreach provides intensive services from permanent Housing, Supportive Services and Case Management to Low & Moderate Income (LMI) for people reintegrate the community from the Utah County Security Center. They work with the aim to ease the world suffering by reducing the rate of recidivism.
ARC (Assisting Reentry to our Communities) Programs: The ARC (Assisting Reentry to our Communities) Programs include for main programs RISE Drug Court Program, RISE Mental Health Court Program, ARC Evidence of Success Forum, Orientation to ARC Programs. They all aim at helping the offenders getting back to the society successfully by giving them knowledge, treatment, and other necessary tools.