Brooklyn, NY 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 Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn House Residential Reentry Center

45 Main St.
Brooklyn, NY - 11201
(718) 801-8050
Brooklyn House Residential Reentry Center – is a 161-bed Residential Reentry Center (RRC), located in Brooklyn, NY, that serves federal offenders w

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CASES Downtown Brooklyn - Reentry Services

151 Lawrence Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY - 11201
(212) 553-6300
The Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES). Provides a long list of Reentry Services for those returning to the community

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CUCS Single Stop Center Brooklyn VA

800 Poly PL
Brooklyn, NY - 11209
(718) 836-6600
Office hours: Mon-Thurs, 9am-5pm Our two Single Stop centers on Rikers Island help ease the transition of incarcerated men and women with wraparound

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Nearby Listings

Due to the low number of listings in Brooklyn, we have added area listings below.

Exodus Transitional Community Reentry Program

2271 Third Avenue
New York, NY - 10035
(917) 492-0990
Location: 10 miles from Brooklyn
Though grounded in their re-entry programs, Exodus Transitional Community offers a broad spectrum of services for adults and youth affected by the justice system, and they lead the policy and advocacy efforts that promote positive change in the community. Whether through direct service or service r.. click for more details..

The Doe Fund

345 E 102nd St
New York, NY - 10029
(212) 628-5207
Location: 9 miles from Brooklyn
The Doe Fund works to break the cycle of homelessness, addiction and Criminal Recidivism by providing holistic services, housing and work opportunities.   their programs are: Ready, Willing and Able:  through paid work, occupational training, transitional housing, education and social ser.. click for more details..

Bronx Community Reentry Center

2534 Creston Avenue
Bronx, NY - 10468
(718) 561-4155
Location: 14 miles from Brooklyn
The GEO Group is committed to providing leading, evidence-based rehabilitation programs to individuals while in-custody and post-release into the community through the "GEO Continuum of Care®." GEO's diversified services platform provides unique capabilities for the delivery of educational and voc.. click for more details..


New York, NY - 10115
(646) 380-7777
Location: 10 miles from Brooklyn
College and Community Fellowship helps female ex-offenders pursue higher education so that they, their families, and their communities can thrive.  They advocate for equity and opportunity for the communities we serve.   .. click for more details..

Tully House - Residential Reentry

28 Peerless Place
Newark, NJ - 07114
(973) 297-1771
Location: 12 miles from Brooklyn
Programs and services currently offered at Tully House include, substance abuse programming, individual and group counseling, psycho-educational and cognitive restructuring, domestic violence, anger management, relapse prevention, parenting skills, criminality groups, 12-step meetings, alumni and a.. click for more details..

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.