Kansas Offender Risk Reduction and Re-entry (KOR3P): The Kansas Offender Risk Reduction and Reentry program operates with a vision that every inmate deserves and will be provided with the tools they need to succeed in the society. Evidence-based methods are employed to implement effective supervision and promote integration alongside a three-phase progress and risk-reduction philosophy.
Oxford House Kansas Re-Entry Program: The Oxford House Kansas Reentry Program provides the inmates, probationers, parolees and ex-offenders with a alcohol and drug-free, safe and beneficial environment to reside as well as rebuilding their life and future prospects.
Second Chance: The Second Chance Risk Reduction Center works to assist the acknowledged high percent of inmates prone to recidivism, providing them with generally the conditions needed to transition back into the society with more specialized support varying according to individual case.
Brothers in Blue Reentry (BIBR): The Brothers in Blue Reentry Program is a special in-prison program aimed at promoting inner-transition as well as transitioning inmates from being the receivers to givers. This also brings about less strain on the tax citizens have to pay thus contributing to the overall social welfare.
Substance Abuse Center Of Kansas: The Substance Abuse Reentry Program of Kansas is specially designed to serve those from the KDOC Correction Center. This program assessed and categorized the level of substance abuse and direct corresponding intensity of treatment for each individual client for the best result after the program.
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Reentry Program: The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Reentry Program works to combine public and private resources in order to enhance public safety in the sense of transitioning incarcerated individuals into productive, law-abiding and self-sufficient citizens.