|Allegheny County DHS - Jail Collaborative/Adult Reentry||Provides transportation assistance to individuals recently released from incarceration at the County level, to allow access to medical appointments, job search/employment activities as well other daily living needs.||Allegheny||Office of Behavioral Health||Allegheny County Department of Human Services|
|Armstrong County Courthouse - Adult Probation||Provides opportunities and experiences which can have a positive influence on the offender. Individualized treatment using supervision, community resources and programs that will direct the offender toward a successful reintegration into the community and to aid the court in sentencing and treatment programs for the offender.||Armstrong||Probation Department||Armstrong County Courthouse|
|Clinical Outcomes Group, Inc. - Schuylkill Office - Ex-Offender Reentry Program||Schuylkill||Clinical Outcomes Group, Inc. - Schuylkill Office||Clinical Outcomes Group, Inc|
|Coaching/Mentoring||The primary focus of this service is to use the concept of using the acronym for MENTOR: Mentoring Ex-offenders' Need to Overcome Re-offending. Coaching/mentoring is an accountability system designed to assist our clients in their transition from incarceration to becoming responsible and productive citizens of their communities. Our coaching.mentoring program will also collaborate with families, friends and community services.||Franklin||360 Transformation Center, Inc.||360 Transformation Center, Inc.|
|Computer Literacy Training||Class instructions are provided for basic or advanced computer skills, depending on the individual client ability and need. Each client who successfully completes the course receives a free refurbished desktop computer equipped with Microsoft Programs and Mavis Beacon.||Franklin||360 Transformation Center, Inc.||360 Transformation Center, Inc.|
|Eighth Avenue Place - Ex-Offender Re-Entry Support||Provides support, job training and employment postings, life skills training, Christian mentorship, Christian twelve step groups, and training in evangelism for adults who are transitioning from prison into the community.||Allegheny||Eighth Avenue Place||Eighth Avenue Place |
|Erie Community Corrections Center||Dedicated to assisting post-incarcerated residents with their successful reintegration back into the community.||Erie||Erie Community Corrections Center||Pennsylvania Department of Corrections|
|Esther House||Esther House, located in Waynesboro, PA, is a "Sober Living Reentry Recovery House" program for women seeking a "home plan" for reentry from incarceration back in to the community and/or support and recovery from addictions. Esther House provides services and accommodations for up to 8 women.
Our faith-based program offers supportive educational training that promotes physical, emotional and spiritual freedom from addictions and self-defeating lifestyles that leads to unemployment, homelessness, and incarceration.||Franklin||Waynesboro New Hope Shelter||Waynesboro New Hope Shelter|
|Family Services of Western Pennsylvania Allegheny County Jail ReEntry Community Support||Family Services of Western PA staff provide service coordination to individuals serving a county sentence within Allegheny County Bureau of Corrections. Individuals who are identified with medium or high risk of reoffending are assigned to a ReEnty probation officer and a community service coordinator prior to their release back into community. Clients are referred to a variety of programs such as; employment and training, education, parenting and drug and alcohol while completing their sentence in jail. The community service coordinators then follows the individual in the community for up to 7 months, providing follow through on services in the community. The goal of this program is to provide community support during the individual’s transition back into society and to reduce the recidivism rates in Allegheny County Bureau of Corrections.||Allegheny||Community Partnership Services||Family Services of Western Pennsylvania|
|Financial Literacy||We implement the money management and budgeting services using FDIC Money Smart Adult Education Program, as well as one-on-one budgeting based on each person's income and household expenses. FDIC is a computer-based instruction program that also enhances computer skills.||Franklin||360 Transformation Center, Inc.||360 Transformation Center, Inc.|
|GEO's York Reentry Service Center||Provides the following services to State Parolees referred by their Parole Agents:
Substance Abuse Group,
Cognitive Behavioral Interventions
Case Manager Meetings
Employment Readiness, Batterer's Group, Life Skills (for male and females), computer learning center||York||GEO's York Reentry Service Center||GEO's York Reentry Service Center|
|Hill House Association Senior Services (A.S.O.P.)||Supportive services to persons 60 years and older that have been released from jail or prison and need assistance obtaining housing, food, and clothing. Services include counseling, job readiness, housing assistance, attending hearings, and in-home services.||Allegheny||Hill House Association||Hill House Association|
|Lydia's Place, Inc.||Helps ex-offenders through one-to-one mentoring, information and referral, and family activities. Pre-Release Services: Bible studies, worship services, pre-release counseling, parenting classes, and literacy tutoring. After-Care Services: housing information||Allegheny||Lydia's Place, Inc.||Renewal|
|Mentor Connection||Mentor Connection is an opportunity for men in recovery and ex-prisoners to connect with a caring man in the community. The mentoring relationship can significantly assist in developing the social skills and confidence for successful re-entry into society.||Franklin||Maranatha Ministry, Inc.||Maranatha Ministry, Inc.|
|Mon Valley Initiative - Southwestern Pennsylvania Re-Entry Coalition||Help for ex-offenders as they re-enter society and the workforce. Coordinates resources for individuals whose criminal record creates barriers to self-sufficiency and employment. Offers workshops on criminal record expungement and pardons in Pennsylvania.Click here for program website.
A coalition of non-profit organizations (including MUSA and the Mon Valley Initiative) formed in 2001-2002, aims to provide a whole range of services, including job readiness preparation, as well as trying to organize a smooth transition from incarceration back into the community, by making people coming out aware of the resources available to them. The coalition has begun forming relationships with local correctional institutions (FEI Pittsburgh, a nearby state institution has a representative on the coalition’s committee and a demonstration program has been set up with 50 inmates at the Allegheny County Jail to assess inmate needs and begin job readiness services). Coalition members plan to offer a matrix of services to anyone in the local area with a criminal record, including housing opportunities, drug and alcohol treatment, mental health services, transportation, child care, family support, etc. People coming out of prison or jail can come to any member organization and will then be referred to other agencies that can provide needed services not provided by that organization.||Allegheny||Southwestern Pennsylvania Re-Entry Coalition||Mon Valley Initiative|
|Moore Counseling Services Ex-Offender Reentry||Programs that help people who have been released from a correctional facility make a successful transition to community life. Services generally include an assessment of the individual's needs, discussion of options and short-term case management involving coordination of needed services which may include housing location assistance, job training, job placement and retention services, legal assistance, literacy skills development, GED courses, parenting classes, life skills training, access to food and shelter resources, and other sources of support.||Blair||Moore Counseling Services Altoona Office||Moore Counseling Services|
|Moore Counseling Services Ex-Offender Reentry||Programs that help people who have been released from a correctional facility make a successful transition to community life. Services generally include an assessment of the individual's needs, discussion of options and short-term case management involving coordination of needed services which may include housing location assistance, job training, job placement and retention services, legal assistance, literacy skills development, GED courses, parenting classes, life skills training, access to food and shelter resources, and other sources of support.||Blair||Moore Counseling Services Tyrone Office||Moore Counseling Services|
|New Hope Recovery Ranch||The New Hope Ranch, located near Waynesboro, PA, is a "Sober Living Reentry Recovery House" program for men seeking a "home plan" for reentry from incarceration back in to the community and/or support and recovery from addictions. The Ranch provides services and accommodations for up to 10 men. Our faith-based program offers supportive educational training that promotes physical, emotional and spiritual freedom from addictions and self-defeating lifestyles that leads to unemployment, homelessness, and incarceration.||Franklin||Waynesboro New Hope Shelter||Waynesboro New Hope Shelter|
|No Excuses Program (The Transformation Cycle)||This service is a 6 phase treatment plan used to assist clients in their readiness and development towards recovery from a life of incarceration to a safe, successful return to society. No excuses will use evidence based practices such as victim impact, CBT and Thinking 4 Change.||Franklin||360 Transformation Center, Inc.||360 Transformation Center, Inc.|
|Pennsylvania Guidebook for Incarcerated Veterans||A handbook that provides current information to assist incarcerated veterans in accessing benefits through the Veterans Administration. Information for housing, treatment for substance abuse, mental health, medical, employment information and more is included in this booklet. Since it will take a significant amount of time to gather all the necessary documents it is recommended that the veteran begin immediately. To help the veteran develop this plan, phone numbers, addresses and web sites are included.
Pennsylvania Guidebook for Incarcerated Veterans||Veterans Integrated Service Network - VISN 4||United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration|
|Reaching Up and Reaching Out - Manna House||Helps people who have been released from a correctional facility make a successful transition to community life.||Mercer||Manna House||Reaching Up and Reaching Out|
|Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)||Non-profit assisting individuals and other Non-profits in the areas of Reentry, Employment, Entrepreneurship, Mentoring, Anger Management & Domestic Violence as well as many Training opportunities - See our website||Dauphin||Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)||Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)|
|Trails Ministries - Adults TRAILS||Provides assistance with housing, food, transportation, clothing, social services system navigation, mentoring. Clients have access to technology, laundry, kitchen, personal hygiene, and a warm or cool place to collect themselves. TRAILS also hosts Narcotics Anonymous Meetings multiple times a week and provides religious services onsite. TRAILS staff can also provide onsite and offsite drug and alcohol assessments as well as onsite counseling.||Beaver||Trails Ministries||Trails Ministries|
|Trails Ministries - Youth TRAILS||provides After school tutoring, meals, enrichment activities and field trips. TRAILS also has an eight week summer day camp. Our Angel Tree Program provides gifts to 300 children who have parents who are incarcerated.
One of the unique and innovative services that TRAILS provides is our Virtual Visitation Program. Through our teleconferencing equipment we are capable of providing real time audio-visual visits between incarcerated youth and their family members. This is combined with an extensive re-entry program for youth when the are reunited with the family and assimilate back into the community.
||Beaver||Trails Ministries||Trails Ministries|
|Transitional Housing||Co-ed Transitional housing that offers individuals to become self-sufficient through mentor guidance, understanding, and collaborative efforts in the community.
Transitional housing includes the following services:
-Assistance with resume building
-Life Skills training||Franklin||Second Chance Ministry||Second Chance Ministry|
|Transportation Project||Transportation assistance will be provided to and from employment and other human/social service appointments with collaborating agencies that own 12-15 passenger vans. These agencies work in partnership with 360TCI.||Franklin||360 Transformation Center, Inc.||360 Transformation Center, Inc.|
|Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh - Allegheny County Jail Collaborative (ACJC)||Provides resources and employment information to pre-release offenders to aid their transition from prison and back into the job market. Pre-release offenders can receive:|
Guidance with career and life decisions
Problem solving methods
Life planning and stability
|Allegheny||Employment Division||Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh|
|Warren County Prison Office of Counseling Services||Provides assessment and treatment, individual and group counseling and therapy, life skills training, drug and alcohol counseling, refers and coordinates education and treatment programs and mental health therapy.||Warren||Warren County Prison Office of Counseling Services||Warren County Prison Office of Counseling Services|
|Washington County Adult Probation||Supervision of probation, parole, and Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition (ARD). Probation/Parole officers discern offenders' criminal behavior and develop a supervision plan that will reduce the likelihood of recidivism. Includes referrals to employment/vocational, education, and counseling/treatment agencies.||Washington||Washington County Adult Probation||Washington County Adult Probation|
|Women's Empowerment Program - Proverbs 31 House||In collaboration with outside partnerships, we use resources that empower women to identify and build healthy relationships. We will utilize self-experience successful individuals who have life experiences in overcoming some of the barriers faced by ex-offender females.||Franklin||360 Transformation Center, Inc.||360 Transformation Center, Inc.|
|YAP - Carbon/Monroe Behavioral Health Programs||Youth Advocate Programs (YAP) offers community based, cost-efficient alternatives to the incarceration or other institutional placement of young people who are dealing with clinical disorders, dependency issues and/or who face delinquency charges.
Services include individual and family therapy, behavior modification programs, aftercare programs for adults and youth returning from incarceration or other placement, in-school alternatives to suspension/expulsion, independent living and life skills programs, services for autistic children, supported work programs and wraparound programs.
||Monroe||Youth Advocate Programs - Carbon/Monroe||Youth Advocate Programs, Inc. (YAP)|
|York Community Corrections Center||Mission: Our mission is to protect the public by confining persons committed to our custody in safe, secure facilities, and to provide opportunities for inmates to acquire the skills and values necessary to become productive law-abiding citizens, while respecting the rights of crime victims.
Halfway house of pa department of corrections
Re-integration & re-socialization counseling
24-hour security & supervision
Counseling includes time & money management, goal planning, family counseling
Referral to other agencies for specialized counseling
||York||York Community Corrections Center||York Community Corrections Center|