Oklahoma Reentry: Transitional Services and Resources: The Oklahoma Reentry: Transitional Services and Resources provides useful resource link for offenders whose desires are to come back to the community after being released from jail.
Tulsa Reentry One-Stop: The Tulsa Reentry One-Stop provides jobs and training services to people being released from prison and coming back to Tulsa. It helps increase the safety and decrease the unemployment as well as create environment for them.
George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF): The George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF) helps incarcerated people be well educated in theory knowledge and work experience. That would make their re-integrations easier.
Girl Scouts Beyond Bars: The Girl Scouts Beyond Bars helps the Incarcerated Mothers gain the respects and keep relationships with their daughters. Besides, it also makes the daughters whose mothers are incarcerated become more confident in life.
Resonance Center For Women: The Resonance Center For Women aims at helping Incarcerated women get the interaction and unity with the community effectively. After the courses provided, they will find it comfortable to break the chain of Incarceration after being released.
Fresh Start Reentry Program: The Fresh Start Reentry Program is established in the Northern District by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in 2013 with the aim of reducing recidivism among felons.Whereby it offers individuals with felony convictions an opportunity for a fresh start in connecting with jobs, programs, and valuable resources to find success in the community after serving time in prison.
Youth Services’ Re-Entry program: The Youth Services’ Re-Entry program provides a large number of services : counseling, education, client oversight and management to help juvenile offenders effectively reintegrate into their society after being released regardless of the mistakes. As it can recognize the inherent value of every young person in our community, it helps to successfully prevent the return of these inmates to the jail.
Genesis One: The Genesis One is a non-profit organization, created in 2001 by John Easley in order to help offenders both in and out of prison to change their lives and become productive law-abiding citizens. Its mission is to reduce failure and increase opportunities so that offenders may successfully and efficiently integrate into society through both pre- and post-release programs. However, to make this program valuable , it is extremely important for all offenders to put God first in their lives.
Work Ready Oklahoma: The Work Ready Oklahoma is an employment service that provides job training, educational opportunities, job placement assistance, soft skills training, and career coaching that empowers individuals to learning valuable skills, grow professionally, secure good jobs, advance in work, maintain consistent employment or provide for their families. Especially, this service is completely free to both employers and qualified participants.
Oklahoma Collaborative Mental Health Reentry Program (CMHRP): The Oklahoma Collaborative Mental Health Reentry Program (CMHRP) is a program of the NCJA Center for Justice created in 2007 which help both men and women in jail and state prison to address with mental illness. It has cooperated with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC) and the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services to enhance the lives of returning inmates, prevent future incarceration and enhance public safety.
Kay County Prisoner Reentry Coalition (KCRC): The Kay County Reentry Coalition is a ministerial association of those churches and ministries that are serving the inmates in the jail, organized by Kay County Detention Center Faith Ministries. It focuses on dealing with the substantial demands of those returning to society from jail and prison. Besides organizing “ Getting Ahead” classes to helps individuals build their resources for a more prosperous life, they help identify resources in the Ponca City area that “returning citizens” need to start their life over after incarceration.
OK CURE: The OK CURE is a non-government organization that was founded in Texas in 1972 and later became a national organization in 1985. The main goal of CURE is to ensure that prisoners who absolutely must be incarcerated should have all the resources they need to turn their lives around. CURE has worked on many programs and campaigns in order to help its members understand the criminal justice system and advocate for changes. Therefore, OK CURE was awarded the “Nobel Prize for Goodness” in 1995.