Ex-Offender Reentry Programs

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  • Ardella's House
    Phone: Sorry, no phone number information available for this agency.
    Address: 1615West End Dr  Philadelphia , PA  19151  view map

    Ardella’s House is a service and advocacy 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to helping Women with criminal justice histories realize new possibilities for themselves and their families. We create successful transition opportunities to Women ex-offenders returning home, aspiring to bec...
  • Back to Society, Inc.
    Phone: (267) 902-3866 
    Address: P.O. Box 15300  Philadelphia , PA  19111  view map

    Provides children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, finance/budgeting, health, legal services, re-entry services. ...
  • City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program
    Phone: (215) 685-0756 
    Address: 1729 Mt. Vernon Street  Philadelphia , PA  19130  view map

    City of Philadelphia Mural Arts, with support from the Ford Foundation, presented the Arts and Criminal Justice Symposium on April 27th, 2012, a forum for organizations and practitioners to share program findings, learn from others in the field, seek partnerships, and reduce institutional obstructio...
  • Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church
    Phone: (215) 276-7200 ext. 1009 
    Address: 2800 Cheltenham Ave.  Philadelphia , PA  19150  view map

    Provides children and family services, mentoring, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol support groups, GED education, employment referrals, legal/reentry services. ...
  • Goldring Reentry Initiative (GRI)
    Phone: (215)-573-7942
    Address: University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia , PA  19104  view map

    The Goldring Reentry Initiative (GRI) works with men and women roughly three months pre and three months post release from the Philadelphia Prison System to help them prepare for life on the outside. The Goldring Reentry Initiative (GRI) is a project at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of...
  • I'm FREE (Females Reentering Empowering Each Other)
    Phone: (215) 951-0330, ext. 2147 
    Address: 3721 Midvale Avenue  Philadelphia , PA  19129  view map

    I’m FREE provides gender-responsive and trauma-informed services including educational access for employment, work-readiness training, therapeutic counseling as well as life and parenting skills for women reentering society and reconnecting with their families. Programs and Services 1) Trans...
  • Impact Services Corporation
    Phone: 215-739-1600
    Address: 1952 E. Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134 view map

    Multi-services non-profit community-based agency. Providing a variety of services to the returning-citizen population including, risk-needs assessment, job readiness assessment, job-readiness, job placement, support services, incentives, and mentoring....
  • MAYOR'S OFFICE OF RE-INTEGRATION SERVICES (RISE)
    Phone: (215) 683-3370  
    Address: 34 S 11th Street   Philadelphia , PA  19102  view map

    Services include Case management, legal education workshop, motivational & educational seminars, state of the art computer technology, telephone, fax, copier, and identification restoration. ...
  • New Directions for Women, Inc.
    Phone: (215) 849-0930  
    Address: 4807 Germantown Road Philadelphia , PA  19144  view map

    Provides residential counseling and case mgmt. for the women of the Philadelphia prison system. Also provides drug/alcohol treatment, employment, education, finance/budgeting, legal, family, and children’s services. Provides health information, residential transitional services, re-entry servi...
  • New Start II
    Phone: (215) 537-0119  
    Address: 5000 Jackson Street  Philadelphia , PA  19124  view map

    Provides services for men who are mild to moderately mentally ill with a history of substance abuse. ...
  • Pennsylvania Prison Society: Family Visitation
    Phone: (215) 564-4775 ext. 103  
    Address: 245 N Broad Street   Philadelphia  , PA   19107 view map

    Provides clients with children/family services and reentry services.  ...
  • People for People: Project Restore
    Phone: Sorry, no phone number information available for this agency.
    Address: 800 North Broad Street  Philadelphia , PA  19130  view map

    Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. ...
  • Philadelphia FIGHT's Institute for Community Justice
    Phone: (215) 525-0460 ext. 402 
    Address: 21 South 12th Street, 7th Floor  Philadelphia , PA  19107  view map

    Provides education, employment services, health services, digital literacy training and general reentry Support Services. ICJ also offers HIV specific services for prisoners living with HIV in the Philadelphia Prison System and during the reentry period.  ...
  • Philadelphia Ready4Work
    Phone: (215) 320-5557 
    Address: Sorry, no address information available for this agency.

    Services for 18-34 yr.-old offenders with non-violent/non-sexual convictions ...
  • Project Dawn Court
    Phone: (215) 683-1584 
    Address: 1301 Filbert Street, B-07  Philadelphia , PA  19107  view map

    Provides legal services/information and reentry services. ...
  • Reading Specialists Offender Treatment Services (RSOTS) (Formerly Pennsylvania Forensics)
    Phone: (610) 372-7960   
    Address: 220 N. 5th Street   Reading  , PA   19601 view map

    RSOTS provides a full continuum of offender treatment services to adolescents and adults.  ...
  • Re-entry One Stop Satellite Center
    Phone: (215) 423-2944  
    Address: 1952 E Allegheny Ave.   Philadelphia  , PA   19134 view map

    A reentry service that provides assistance for former inmates regarding education, housing, paternity testing, legal services, and more  ...
  • Resources for Human Development: New Start
    Phone: (215) 228-2323  
    Address: 3653-55 North 15th Street  Philadelphia , PA  19140  view map

     New Start is a program designed to provide long and short term treatment to men who may or may not be incarcerated in the city and county prison system but are identified as having a substance abuse disorder. New Start offers comprehensive services and counseling....
  • Salvation Army: Brown St.
    Phone: (215) 787-2962
    Address: 1340 Brown St.   Philadelphia  , PA   view map

    Housing information, child/family services, employment, education, drug/alcohol treatment, residential/transitional services, re-entry, emergency services (with documentation)  ...
  • Sobriety Through Outpatient (STOP)
    Phone: (800) 660-7867  
    Address: 2534-36 North Broad Street, Suite 200  Philadelphia , PA  19132  view map

    Sobriety Through Outpatient, Inc. (STOP) is a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania triple licensed (mental health, drug and alcohol outpatient, and drug and alcohol partial hospital) and Community Behavioral Health (CBH) credentialed, behavioral health service provider. Since its founding in 1987, STOP has ...
  • Supportive Child/Adult Network
    Phone: (215) 590-1504  
    Address: 324 S 34th St. Philadelphia, PA 19104 view map

    Provides parents or caregivers with counseling once reuniting with their families after incarceration.  ...
  • The Center for Returning Citizens
    Phone: (215) 305-8793 
    Address: 1501 Cherry Street  Philadelphia , PA  19102  view map

    The Center for Returning Citizens exists to help persons who are returning to society to establish themselves and move forward in a positive manner. Programs/Services Offered 1) Job Development 2) Transitional Housing a. Requires job/income, proof of insurance, complete application. 3) Summer Servic...
  • Time is Now to Make a Change & The Returning Citizens Voter Movement Civic Engagement Office
    Phone: (267) 773-7584 
    Address: P.O. Box 27744   Philadelphia , PA  19118  view map

    Provides reentry information and voting services. ...
  • X-Offenders Empowerment
    Phone: (215) 668-8477  
    Address: 2227 N. Broad street   Philadelphia  , PA   19132 view map

    Helping ex-offenders (not on probation or parole) find employment and reintegrate in to the community, has monthly meetings at African-American United Fund. Mobilizing the community to address issues threatening healthy family and community life, and to reduce recidivism....
 
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