We Focus on a Very Unique Niche

Core Programs

Reentry Center for Women offers several programs to help formerly incarcerated women adjust to their new lives:

The Employment Program is a limitless system to assist with all facets of the job search and connects women ex-offenders with prospective employers.

  • Skills assessment and development

  • Vocational training and certification

  • Job training and placement

  • Assistance with job searches

  • Help filling out applications

  • Preparing resumes

  • Interviewing skills development

  • Job interview appearance readiness

The Counseling Program is very intensive and administered by licensed and highly trained clinical professionals with the expertise to effectively handle gender-specific issues. 
  • Intensive one-on-one case analysis

  • Substance abuse counseling

  • Mental health counseling

  • Individual and group counseling

  • Domestic and sexual violence counseling

The Educational Program allows women ex-offenders the opportunity to complete secondary education, take advantage of continuing education courses or enroll in college-level degree programs.       
  • Computer training 

  • GED preparation and testing

  • Adult basic education

  • College prep courses

  • Scholarships and grants

  • Distance learning

The Recidivism Reduction Program encompasses a wide array of cognitive and behavioral strategies to help women ex-offenders stay the course. 
  • Risk and needs assessment

  • Identify individual motivators

  • Target the appropriate intervention

  • Implement cognitive and behavioral strategies

  • Instill positive reinforcement and positive self-image

  • Ongoing support

The Human Trafficking Prevention Program addresses and aims to eradicate a growing problem for at-risk women, their families and law enforcement. 

  • Access to support services to help keep victims safe

  • Assist victims with police reports and reporting traffickers

  • Emergency shelter for women escaping trafficking

  • Resources for family members to help locate loved one suspected of being in a sex trafficking ring