Rhode Island Department of Corrections: The Rhode Island Department of Corrections is a government agency established in 1939 with the aim of contributing to public safety by maintaining a balanced correctional system of institutional and community programs. Its Guiding Operational Philosophy is created to maintain safe, secure, and humane correctional environments and to provide community-based services for offenders.
Rhode Island Prisoner Reentry Portal: The Rhode Island Prisoner Reentry Portal provides a large number of sites by issues such as housing, education and employment, advocacy and legal, health , government, children and families for offenders who will be released from prison so that they can successfully reenter the community, reunite with their families and have a better employment to become productive, contributing members of society.
OpenDoors Reentry Program: The OpenDoors Reentry Program is a program of OpenDoors, a non-profit organization whose mission is to strengthen communities by supporting the formerly incarcerated in reintegrating into the community. This program is created with the purpose of improving job-readiness, addressing barriers to employment, and teaching job retention skills for offenders after their serving time in jail.
SCDPPPS Reentry Programs: Created with the aim of helping offenders after being released to meet their financial obligations, community responsibilities and successfully complete supervision, SCDPPPS Reentry Programs has offered its support services to thousands of clients who need assistance in transforming their lives and reintegrating within their community since the first establishment of 1941
Alston Wilkes Community Service Program: The Alston Wilkes Community Service Program carries on the mission of helping the formerly incarcerated , their family members and homeless individuals rebuild their lives for a safer community. Through case management and coordination of services in the program, offenders can successfully transit into the society and become productive, law-abiding members of the community.
Angels Charge Ministry: The Angels Charge Ministry , based on Psalm 91, is organization that helps women who have been in jail to rebuild their lives by providing transitional housing & counseling without condemning or judging them. By changing their environment, women can develop new life skills and behaviors so that they will not return to prison and readily start a new life.
South Carolina STRONG: The South Carolina STRONG is a residential program which has the mission of reducing generational poverty, teach non-violence and rehabilitating criminals, ex-offenders, substance abusers and the homeless so that they can successfully re-integrate into the community. South Carolina STRONG provides the residents with education program for free and contributes to the successful transition of these individuals.
Jump Start: The Jump Start is a prisoner re-entry program of Jump start Ministry, an organization established with the purpose of providing Christian assistance for those individuals who have 2 years or less left within their max out or parole date , in the areas of preparation, provision, and placement. Jump Start is the preparation stage created to provide assistance to offenders prior to release by the Department of Corrections. Following are the provision of transitional housing, jobs, and mentoring program for 1 year after release and the placement for buying their first homes after successful completion .