Phoenix, Arizona ReEntry Residential and Non Residential Programs

  • Community Reentry Services:     - Basic Needs Referrals     - Program availability varies by location. For more information please contact your local office     See Full Details

Father Matters Reentry Mentoring Project

3146 E. Wier Ave. Phoenix, AZ Details
  • Assist men, women and their home communities in building relationships and life strategies as they reintegrate back home after terms of incarceration.     They Serve:     Men and women, at leas See Full Details
  • Services for comprehensive basic needs, from food and health care to shelter and protection against utility shut-off and eviction. Re-entry Programs: Provide identification and Resource Packet of Com See Full Details

Common Ground Reentry Services

3101 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ Details
  • Provide reentry services to medium to high-risk youth and adults once released from incarceration back to Maricopa County. They utilize evidence-based practices (EBP) by providing all individuals wh See Full Details

Arouet Foundation

4636 East University Drive Phoenix, AZ Details
  • Reentry incorporates a 3-year program. Each year revolves around a specific set of learning objectives and desired outcomes aimed at easing the transition back into society. Arouet provides scholarsh See Full Details

Community Re-Integration Program CRI - Family Service Agency

2400 N. Central Ave., Ste. 400 Phoenix, AZ Details
  •     Provides specialized service to:     Veterans     Individuals with disabilities     Ex-offenders     Older workers   See Full Details

Behavioral System SW - Roosevelt RRC

2420 East Roosevelt Road Phoenix, AZ Details
  • Residential Reentry Centers(Halfway Houses) provide programs that help inmates rebuild their ties to the community and reduces the likelihood that they will recidivate. Behavioral Systems Southwest ( See Full Details

Behavioral System SW - Phoenix RRC

2846 East Roosevelt Road Phoenix, AZ Details
  • Residential Reentry Centers(Halfway Houses) provide programs that help inmates rebuild their ties to the community and reduces the likelihood that they will recidivate. Behavioral Systems Southwest ( See Full Details
  • Formerly incarcerated women are under-reached by the Church. SISTER Ministries see that the Church is equipped to effectively minister to emergent women. SISTER Ministries share the love of Jesus wi See Full Details

Arizona Women's Education and Employment - AWEE

868 East University Drive Phoenix, AZ Details
  • A New Leaf program. Workforce development organization, offering a diverse range of evidence-based training and support services for specialized populations, including formerly incarcerated indivi See Full Details