Wisconsin Department of Corrections: The Reentry Unit of Wisconsin Department of Corrections offers programs to give offenders a chance to get back to the community, become law abiding and turn into successful member of the whole society. Through helping the ex-offenders, Reentry Unit aims at reducing crimes and ensuring safety and happiness for families and communities.
Residential Re-entry Services Division: The Residential Re-entry Services Division offers temporary accommodation for those who have just been released from incarceration. It possesses 2 halfway houses and 1 rooming house. Insides these houses, the participants receive supervision, treatment, employment assistance and other skills training. It serves as a platform for them to reenter the society.
EATA Re-Entry Program: The Re-Entry Program is the collaboration between Madison-Area Urban Ministry (MUM), Dane County Human Services and the Employment and Training Association (EATA). It provides a program called FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) services for people who have been released from incarceration with an aim to provide the ex-offenders with the necessary skills to build up the career and not to fall back into committing crime.
Justice Works (TEAM): The TEAM (Teamwork for Employment Access through Mentoring) offers a wide range of assistance for offenders in Portage County, WI. The program is a long-term support for the justice-involved through the guidance of pro-social community networks and necessary resources. In other words, TEAM provides ex-offenders with easier access to employment, treatment, relationship management and so on.
Job of Center Wisconsin Ex-Offender Toolkit: The Ex-offender Toolkit provides the ex-offenders just everything they need to know to reenter successfully into the community. It gathers all the necessary resources to assist them in many aspects including information on public housing, child support, tips for getting employed, training and so on.