TEXAS OFFENDERS REENTRY INITIATIVE
T.O.R.I.’s goal is to provide stability and security for returning citizens. Through assistance in the six core components of employment, education, housing, healthcare, spiritual guidance and family unification, T.O.R.I. addresses the individual needs of the person.
Does the T.O.R.I. Program provide immediate housing?
No, the T.O.R.I. program does not provide immediate housing, and is not an inpatient facility. However, through partnerships with local agencies and individuals, skilled case managers can assist in creating housing opportunities.
Do I have to be a Christian or go to The Potter’s House to join the T.O.R.I. Program?
No. The Texas Offenders Reentry Initiative does not discriminate against an individual in the provision of services on the grounds of race, ethnicity, sex, education level, ability, literacy, lifestyle or religion.
Do you have to be on probation or parole to be in the T.O.R.I. Program?
No. Any individual with a criminal background other than a sexual offense (prostitution not included) and over the age of 18 can join the T.O.R.I. Program.
How long is the T.O.R.I. Program?
The T.O.R.I. Program is a 12 month rehabilitative program that focuses on empowering participants to achieve their maximum potential. The program culminates to a graduation ceremony at The Potter’s House of Dallas.