Pioneer Human Services: The Pioneer Human Service offers the largest reentry program in Washington. It serves as a bridge to connect people from prison back to the community by providing them with employment and life skills. Individuals with special needs, such as female offenders or those with disabilities or problems in mental health, are offered with specialized programs.
Washington State’s Reentry Initiative: The Washington State’s Reentry Initiative was founded with an aim to increase the public safety. Knowing that many offenders, once released, may go back to committing a crime, the Reentry Initiative works to prevent that from happening. It bridges the gap by helping the ex-offenders with the skills needed to get access to stable employment.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese: The Welcome Home Reentry Program works to welcome people once incarcerated back to the community. In order to prevent ex-offenders from falling back to their previous mistakes, this program provides services that assist these people to overcome the obstacles in getting back to the normal life, such as finding a job, looking for a place to live and getting support from the community.
CSOSA: The CSOSA is a reentry program in Washington, DC. Its aim is to ensure the transition of people once imprisoned back into the society. CSOSA works to provide ex-offenders the opportunities to reintegrate into the community while maintaining the public safety through the employment and housing plans.
Offender/Ex-Offender Resources: The Offender/Ex-Offender Resources provides support for offenders and assist those that committed crime all the resources they need to reintegrate into the society without falling back into their previous mistakes. From child support, legal assistance to employment, housing issues, and so on are all available for offenders/ex-offenders.
King County Diversion and Reentry Services: The King County Diversion and Reentry Services provide 2 programs: Offender Reentry Community Safety Program (ORCSP) and Forensic Integrated Reentry Support and Treatment (FIRST). Both of them are reentry programs designed for adults suffering from severe mental issues. Each program, however, has different criteria of eligibility and selection process.
Hope Reentry Network Inc.: The Hope Foundation was founded in 2008 by an ex-offender who has successfully reintegrated into the society. This organization provides free services to men and women who are seeking the opportunity to get back to their normal life. Its aim is to ensure successful reintegration and decrease the likelihood of recidivism.
Washington County Reentry Council: The Washington County Reentry Council works in collaboration with different individuals, organizations and agencies to ensure the successful reintegration of the justice-involved. It provides the once incarcerated with the resources needed to reenter their lives without making the same mistakes, such as employment and housing funding.
West Virginia Offender Reentry Initiative: The West Virginia Offender Reentry Initiative provides ex-offenders with opportunities to get back successfully to the society. The program addresses several aspects of successful integration including accommodation, employment, mental health, education, etc. By offering such services, the program aims at supporting the justice-involved to start over and to ensure the public safety.
Northern Panhandle Reentry Program: The Northern Panhandle Reentry Program offers program that helps ex-offenders in many aspects such as drug tests, supervision, rehabilitation, mental health assistance, and so on. All of the services available to candidates with an aim of breaking the cycle of recidivism and enable successful reintegration.