Pensacola, FL 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 Pensacola, FL

ReEntry Alliance Pensacola (REAP)

1000 West Blount Street
Pensacola, FL - 32501
(850) 332-6677
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 9AM - 5PM Please call for an appointment. The REAP main office is located in an auxiliary building near the Baptist Hospital main campus. Individuals returning from a

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Fairfield Service Center

1295 West Fairfield Drive
Pensacola, FL - 32501
(850) 595-6500
Office Hours: M-F 8 am - 5 pm Services:     Dental Care     Family Planning     Health Care     Immunization     Medic

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Naval Hospital Pensacola

6000 W Highway 98
Pensacola, FL - 32512
(850) 595-6670
Health Care Food/Meals

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Cordova Counseling Center

4400 Bayou Boulevard
Pensacola, FL - 32503
(850) 474-9882
Our psychologists and counselors areas of specialization include:     Depression and Anxiety     Panic Attacks and Phobias     Relationship Problems and Sexual / Intima

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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.