What Does A Re-Entry Council Do?
A chief focus of the Reentry Council is to remove barriers to successful reentry, so that motivated individuals – who have served their time and paid their debts – are able to:
1. Compete for a job
2. Attain stable housing
3. Support their children and their families
4. Contribute to their communities
5. Reduce community crime rate and reduce the collateral cost of incarceration
Reentry Council agencies are taking concrete steps towards these ends, to not only reduce recidivism and high correctional costs but also to improve public health, child welfare, employment, education, housing, and other key reintegration outcomes.
From The Blog
No parent, legal guardian, or grandparent wants to deal with being arrested or taken to jail; primarily for the children's sake. It is not something we think about when we have kids, but arrests and jail time can happen to anyone. In the case that a parent or guardian...
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Bayboro, NC 28515