Reentry Programs

CARE assists returning citizens in transitioning from incarceration back into the community. Reentry begins at the pre-post release phase and continues post-release, with a particular focus on the continuity of care from prison to the community. It often involves a variety of agencies and groups that coordinate efforts to ensure that returning citizens receive needed services, opportunities, support and resources.

Assistance and referrals are available for:
  • Housing

  • Medical Assistance

  • Driver’s license & Birth Cerificates

  • Case Management / Referral Services

    Case Management Services a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation, and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual’s and family’s comprehensive health needs through communication and available resources to promote quality, cost-effective outcomes and not limited to securing financial benefits, health and mental health care.

  • Vocational Training

  • Life Skills Training

    Reach full potential through a positive approach by creating realistic goals, developing social and coping skills, realizing self-image, exercising self-improvement, and making the right decisions.

  • Personal Responsibility Training

    Personal Responsibility Training enhances the understanding of how to increase productivity thinking process by identifying and removing internal barriers and empowering youth and families to take charge of their lives.

  • Mental Health & Substance Abouse Services

    CARE provides effective programs and services to support those recovering from addictions. We treat our clients with dignity and respect while helping them successfully reintegrate into society.

  • Legal Issues

  • GED & Literacy