Office of Reentry and Transition Services: The Office of Reentry and Transition Services (ORTS) was founded in 2006 in order to help offenders after they are released from the prison during and after the period of supervision by community. ORTS assists all stakeholders in improving procedures, creating new programs and delivering training for staff.
Goodwill NC Project Reentry: The Goodwill helps you to be financially independent by having necessary skills to get a decent job. To be specific, it delivers training and services in developing the workforce. Goodwill also proffers services customized to you such as assisting you in doing your CV, delivering career coaching and helping with interview skills.
CENTER FOR COMMUNITY TRANSITIONS (CCT): The Center for community transitions (CCT), unlike other centers providing services for people with reentry, is a non-for-profit organization. It aims to build up the community by assisting formerly incarcerated men and women to have a yielding and crime-free life. Over the course of 40 years, CCT has been famous for its wide range of services which not only focus on the ex-offenders but also their family members.
Barnabas House: The Barnabas House knows the difficulties and harsh conditions formerly incarcerated people have to encounter when reentering the community so it was set up to support them to lead a productive and healthy life after a series of dark days in prison. It was established and maintained by Christian residents. Barnabas house’s mission is to help released inmates be able to control their bad habits and addictions, which prevents them from being a good part of the community.
Coastal Horizons Center, Inc.: The Coastal Horizons Center, Inc has a wide variety of professional services to support people with criminal records. The services include crisis intervention, sexual assault victims, criminal justice alternatives and treatment of drug use and mental health disorders. These help people stay physically, emotionally and socially strong.
Center for Effective Public Policy (CEPP): The Center for Effective Public Policy (CEPP) supports criminal justice and other policymakers and practitioners to have better solutions through a wide variety of services. CEPP is a nonprofit organization which was established in 1981 with its headquarters in Silver Spring and Maryland. People working for CEPP are all professionals with strong backgrounds in criminal justice, training, human services research, agency administration and policy improvement.
Exodus Homes: The Exodus Homes is a United Way agency which operates on a condition of trust. It provides transitional and permanent shelters for homeless with the past of compulsive addiction to alcohol and illegal substance and ex-offenders released from the prison. Exodus Homes is well-known for its continuum of services that meet people’s needs in terms of physical, emotional and spiritual demands.
LINC, Inc.: Leading into new Communities (LINC, Inc) is a not-for-profit organization offering transitional housing and services customized to meet each case. Its targets are people with criminal records. In addition to the services mentioned above, LINC also provides services with the aim of developing youth, especially African Americans ages from 16 to 24.
Community Success Initiative: The Community Success Initiative was established in May, 2004 as a non-profit corporation for the purposes of assisting people to lead a productive and healthy life after their dark days in the prison. It concentrates on helping people get out of the criminal marsh in which they used to be stuck and, to a certain extent, contributes to making crime less happen. Its aim is to help individuals and communities move from where they ARE to where they want to Be
Passage Home: The Passage Home was founded with the aim of introducing people and communities who cannot get out of the vicious circle of abject poverty to great resources and chances to change their life in a positive way. What they do is to develop people, develop places and strengthen the community. Passage Home hopes to get people on their own feet and have a financially independent life.
NC Second Chance Alliance: The North Carolina Second Chance Alliance is trust-based organizations which are popular in the entire state. It is the place where community leaders and passionate individuals converse and work in order to promote the reintegration of former inmates. The NC Second Chance Alliance influences policies in the way that enables formerly incarcerated people to lead a productive and healthy life.
North Carolina Handbook for Family and Friends of Inmates: The North Carolina Handbook for Family and Friends of Inmates provides you with comprehensive information on the Department of Correction and all issues related to a better life of currently incarcerated men and women. The handbook hopes to give them an overview of basic rules and regulations in a prison in North Carolina from the first time one steps into the cell to the day one is released.
Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham (RCND): The Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham (RCND) is known as a non-for-profit organization whose members are passionate people with a burning desire to eradicate the violent harassment in Durham areas. It was founded in 1992 and incorporated in 2004. It is based on inclusiveness to exist and operate well.
Piedmont Triad Regional Court Project Re-Entry: The Piedmont Triad Regional Court Project Re-Entry prevents former inmates from trouble and difficulties in their daily life due to the time in prison. It focuses on lowering the cost of criminal justice and promoting public security. Project Re-entry designed a comprehensive curriculum which is practiced on inmates before their release. The curriculum helps them to create healthy human interactions and control their emotions wisely.