Little Rock, AR Re-entry Programs

Residential, governmental, non profit programs

We list out the following types of re-entry programs

A. General Re-Entry Programs provided by:
  - Non Profit Organizations.
  - Government organizations: local, state, federal.
  - For Profit Organizations.

B. Residential Re-Entry Programs
  - There are a few types of residential reEntry Programs out there. They include Transitional Living, Halfway Houses. There are also gender specific residential programs. We list full details on our locations.

Latest Listings In Little Rock, AR

GYST House

8101 Frenchmans Lane
Little Rock, AR - 72209
(501) 568-1682
GYST HOUSE assist men and women in a total change in life-style. Reentry Services: 12 Step Groups Job Training/Employment Assistance Work Ethics/Semi Skill Training Court Liasion Assistance  Restitu

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Safe Harbor Church of Little Rock - Nehemiah Program

4800 Springer Boulevard
Little Rock, AR - 72206
(501) 374-5399
This program helps people re-entering society after imprisonment. Program: · The Nehemiah Program is a Faith-Based Recovery Support Services Program. · The program requires a six-month commitmen

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Arkansas Department of Community Correction

105 West Capitol Two Union National Plz.
Little Rock, AR - 72201
(501) 682-9510
Reentry Programs: Structure, supervision, drug/alcohol treatment Educational and vocational programs Employment counseling Socialization and life skills programs Community work transition Othe

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Quality Living Center (Pre-Release Male & Female)

3925 Asher Ave
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501) 663-3490
Re-Entry Services Program: Assist those who have been released from a correctional facility to make a successful transition to community life in the City of Little Rock. Transitional Housing Ser

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Goodwill Industries of Arkansas Reentry Program

7400 Scott Hamilton Dr
Little Rock, AR - 72209
(501) 372-5100
Provide services to individuals who are re-entering the workforce and community after a period of incarceration. 16-week TEO job training program that provides temporary employment at Goodwill where

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Our House Shelter

302 East Roosevelt Road
Little Rock, AR - 72206
(501) 374-7383
The Transitions Program is open to women transitioning from parole, probation or incarceration. Services and Reentry Programs: - Transitional program - Services to homeless and in need of housing

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Quapaw House - Little Rock

9219 Sibley Hole Road
Little Rock, AR - 72209
(501) 565-8501
The Prisoner Re-entry Program screens and refers prisoners eligible for early parole and places them in re-entry programs across the state. The program utilizes evidence-based curriculum and intensiv

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Hidden Creek Development Center

10905 W. Markham, St.
Little Rock, AR - 72211
(501) 414-8733
Faith-based transitional facility for ex-offenders, exists to help those who are exiting prison life and entering community life. Reentry program is to see men and women working and living in our co

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Central Arkansas ReEntry Coalition

3805 W 12th St.
Little Rock, AR - 72204
(501) 444-2273
The Central Arkansas ReEntry Coalition (C.A.R.E.)  members support the day to day work of assisting those in transition from incarceration, homelessness and other life events back into the community

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Center for Women in Transition - Little Rock

1116 Garland St.
Little Rock, AR - 72201
(501) 372-5522
Assists women transitioning from incarceration back into society. Services: Assist with obtaining identification, clothing and housing.

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General ReEntry Program Tips

Waiting Lists

ReEntry programs do have waiting lists, especially for residential ReEntry. Apply as soon as possible and also check out many locations so you can open up your possibilities.

Government Resources

Take advantage of all of the government resources you can. Employment, apartments, etc, can be found through these government assistance programs. Government does move slow and does get exhausting working with, but do not get frustrated. Follow through as the private sector does not have the resources that the government does.


When possible we try to list the costs for services. The problem is that there are many types of residential programs that charge different amounts and do not want them posted on a website.