Illinois ReEntry Programs

Residential, governmental, non profit programs

Find Re-Entry Programs in Illinois. We list out all of the cities below where we have located re-entry programs.

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Illinois Reentry Programs

Latest Reentry Programs added in Illinois


Safer Foundation

571 W. Jackson Boulevard
Chicago, IL - 60661
(312) 922-2200

Lutheran Social Services - Prison and Family Services

102 DeYoung Street, Suite B
Marion, IL - 62959
(618) 997-9076

RITAS Ministry

568 W. Galena Boulevard
Aurora, IL - 60506
(630) 966-0252

Rockford Reachout Jail Ministry

650 W. State Street
Rockford, IL - 61102
(815) 319-6625

Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) - Arlington Heights

723 W. Algonquin Road
Arlington Heights, IL - 60005
(312) 793-1597

Agape Missions NFP

840 Plainfield Road
Joliet, IL - 60435
(815) 723-1548

YWCA Labyrinth House

616 W. Monroe Street
Bloomington, IL - 61701
(309) 319-2426

TASC, Inc. Chicago: Area 1 - Cook County

700 S. Clinton Street
Chicago, IL - 60607
(312) 787-0208

Abundant Life in Christ II, Inc.

911 W. Bradley Avenue
Champaign, IL - 61821
(217) 552-1177

TASC, Inc. Belleville Area 7 - Southwest Illinois

218A West Main, 2nd Floor
Belleville, IL - 62220
(618) 277-0410

Transitional Alternative Reentry Initiative

635 N. Elmwood Drive
Aurora, IL - 60506
(630) 264-0700

Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) - Decatur Office

757 W. Pershing Road
Decatur, IL - 62525
(312) 793-1597

TASC, Inc.TASC, Inc. Area 9 - South Central Illinois

340 S. Fillmore Street
Edwardsville, IL - 62025
(618) 656-7672

Salvation Army of Winnebago County Shirley's Place

3201 Gilbert Avenue
Rockford, IL - 61101
(815) 713-3179

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What you will find on our website

Programs that assist in the transition from incarceration to being back in society. .

Employment Programs

There are many programs that assist those re-entering society find employment. Assistance programs include classes, meetings, volunteer opportunities, low cost educational services.

Other types of reentry

Programs also include housing placement, specific job industry training, temporary transitional housing, workforce development. We list as many as these resources as we can find.

Long Term Reetnry Programs

There are many long term programs up to 24 months. They are unique but we list them by city.