Vermont Department of Corrections: The Vermont Department of Corrections serves the community in many aspects. It works to help maintain safety and justice of the society. It seeks ways to repair the injuries caused by crime, ensure the offenders’ accountability, help offenders successfully reenter the society and stay away from recidivism.
Brattleboro Community Justice Center: The Brattleboro Community Justice Center provides services to ensure the safety of society through programs of reentry. It works with three main aims in mind: to maintain safety for the community, to reduce the rate of recidivism, and to enable successful reintegration. Its programs are open to ex-offenders who are referred by the Department of Corrections who have served at least 6 months in sentence.
Burlington Housing Authority: The Burlington Housing Authority offers the Ex-offenders Re-entry Housing Program to enable successful long-term tenancies for the incarcerated. The programs help by increase the relationships with the landlords that are willing to sign a lease agreement with the program demographic. Plus, it provides participants with all the information needed to successfully go through the housing process.
Restorative Reentry Programs: The Restorative Re-entry Program of Vermont works to enable former prisoners to successfully go back into the society and to decrease the rate of recidivism. The program helps the ex-offenders to become responsible citizens by providing housing support, enhancing their accountability, helping them with finding jobs, etc.
Center for Restorative Justice: TheCenter for Restorative Justice (CRJ) in Vermont offers many programs and projects for different targets including both children and adults. Their programs aim at giving people a chance to start over, which include re-entry programs, justice restorative projects, supervision, skills training and mentoring, etc.