GEO Reentry Services: As the nation’s leader in safe and secure alternatives to detention and reentry services, GEO Reentry Services provides ex-offenders with effective treatment and supervision when they are released to community. It works closely with public corrections officials to enhance public safety in a low cost and lasting manner.
Capital Region Ex-Offenders Support Coalition (CRESC): The Capital Region Ex-Offenders Support Coalition (CRESC) is created with the aim of helping ex-offenders to successfully re-entry into the society through providing them with necessary services and resources to find jobs, secure housing and rebuild relationships to transit back into community living and also maintain a productive, crime-free life.
Friends Over Fences: The Friends Over Fences is a faith-based organization designed to help inmates and ex-offenders to become a productive members of our society. By providing some programs and classes with the purpose of mentoring, training and helping them to find a good jobs, suitable house, Friends Over Fences has supported services to thousands of clients who need assistance in transforming their lives.
IMPACT: With the staff of 147, the Impact’s Service, since the establishment in 1974, has regained hopes for over 30000 unemployed people in Philadelphia every year in form of job creation. In particular, Economic Development and Supportive Housing are two typical effective activities executed by the Organization. With a view to continuing the grown hopes of Philadelphians, Community Development effort is strengthened to either tackle the issue of Housing or reclaim the heart of Kensington neighborhood.
Pennsylvania Prison Society: The Pennsylvania Prison Society is a non-profit organization, established in 1787 in order to help thousands of prisoners, ex-prisoners and their family members each year through direct services and programs. With the belief that it must recognize the humanity in all our citizens, Pennsylvania Prison Society has advocated on behalf of people in prison and their families over the last 225 years.
Re-Entry to Workforce Program: A partnership of The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, the Federation of Neighborhood Centers and Strategy Arts has created the Re-Entry to Workforce Program. The mission of this program is to assist offenders after leaving prison in reentering the community by providing activities like gardening, greening, and learning. Since the establishment in 1827, this program has engaged partners and thousands of city residents in an ongoing effort to make the city a more livable, vibrant place to live and work.
Roots to Re-Entry: The Roots to Re-Entry is a program of The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society,a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1827. It is created in order to assist inmates of the Philadelphia Prison System in transitioning back into their communities and obtain meaningful employment in the horticulture and landscape industries through instruction in gardening and landscape management and hands-on training in many different fields.
CTS Generation One Re-entry Program: The CTS Generation One Re-entry Program is one of the most successful programs of Connection Training Services organization in providing Re-entry services to non-violent offenders returning to Philadelphia from incarceration in federal, state and county prisons. Since 2006, the program has focused on vocational training in construction trades, demolition, stucco and computer applications and has placed over 800 ex-offenders in jobs paying up to $25/hour.
Re-Entry Court: The Re-Entry Court is a federal program created by the U.S. Probation Office for Philadelphia residents who are on supervised release. It provides participants with education, training, employment, and other needs in the program.Whereby, every two weeks, a group of 20 participants will report on their progress before a federal magistrate until they successfully finish 52 weeks and are able to reduce their supervised release period up to one year.
Prisoner Reentry Network: The Prisoner Reentry Network provided by the Pennsylvania Prison Society is a web-based resource where agencies can find plenty of services to returning citizens and their families in the Philadelphia area. The objective of this network is to help men and women released from prison lead productive lives in the community such as finding a good job, suitable house.