Reentry Services That Change Lives

Spotlight On Louisiana Open House

At a recent open house in Baton Rouge, La., James M. Le Blanc, the Secretary of Corrections for the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, and other local policymakers visited Baton Rouge Day Reporting Center to show their support for the program, meet with local members of the judiciary and hear firsthand from program participants. “Day reporting centers are effective alternatives to revocation and incarceration, providing individualized case management, connecting parolees with the services they need, and thus helping lower recidivism, reducing incarceration costs, and making the public safer,” said Secretary Le Blanc.

October 19, 2017

New Jersey residential reentry alumni celebrate recovery

Former residents, family members and staff gathered to celebrate the successes of New Jersey residential reentry alumni at the 18th Annual Alumni Barbecue, an event we previewed earlier in September, in Iselin, New Jersey. The graduates are now pursuing drug- and crime-free lives after completing evidence-based reentry programming provided by […]
October 17, 2017

Parolee reentry, helping “lifers” become community members

Officials from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and an award-winning nonprofit, as well as staff from GEO Reentry Services will deliver a timely workshop at the International Community Corrections Association’s annual conference in Seattle on Nov. 1. The topic, parolee reentry, is one that many state department of […]