Missouri Reentry Process (MRP): Regarding the concern of ex-offenders playing as a threat to the society with high risk of recidivism, MRP is established as a joint force of many Head of Departments to make sure ex-offenders will become law-abiding, taxpaying, productive citizens that have good attitude towards the neighborhoods. MRP delivers many services to care for needs of inmates after their release, thus minimizing their chance of recommitting crimes.
Corizon Correctional Healthcare Missouri Reentry: The Corizon Correctional Healthcare Missouri Reentry provides perhaps the largest set of healthcare services for ex-offenders in order to help them make a successful transition back into the neighborhood. The services include mental health checkup- dental care, food and clothing assistance, educational and vocational training, employment counseling, veteran services, housing, and many more.
St. Louis Alliance for Reentry: The top priority of St. Louis Alliance for Reentry is the self-sufficiency and minimized recidivism of ex-offenders when they are released back to their families and friends. STAR brings about many intervention practices and principles that also improve the security and safety of the community while promoting the overall regional legal health.
Lake Area Missouri Re-Entry Process Association: This program’s goal is to turn ex-offenders into law-abiding productive members of the society and to enhance public safety with reduced chance of ex-offenders turning back to jail. Using strong collaboration of group members, the MRP delivers training and education to inmates so they can have better responsibility, attitude and skills for the community.
Missouri River Valley MRP: The Missouri River Valley MRP comprises citizens that are concerned and want to be involved in helping ex-offenders who are coming back to the community after their sentence. The MRP includes social groups, agencies, individuals, institutions and other members who all share the mission to promote public safety and support inmates in making their transition. Its goal is to turn them into productive and responsible citizens with no risk of recidivism.