Reintegration Assistance for Former Inmates and Juveniles

Reintegration Assistance for Former Inmates and Juveniles
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Back on Track 

Provides an alternative to Family Court for young people, ages 9-17, who have committed one minor offense. The program, which takes place after school and during the summer, offers group and individual counseling, educational and cultural enrichment, and recreation and community service.

222 North Hermitage, Trenton, NJ 08611           

Phone: (609) 396-1507          



Catholic Charities Milepost Program (formerly the Juvenile Intervention Program

Provides treatment and support services for high risk children and youth who have demonstrated sexually assaultive or potentially assaultive behavior.

39 N. Clinton Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08609

Phone: (609) 586-4123



Gloucester County Smart Book: A Guide for Going Home 

Is an excellent resource for recently released inmates or those who will be released soon. There is a post-release checklist as well as a lot of helpful and practical information on getting a job, cleaning up your record, and applying for support services. 


Mercer County One Stop Career Center 

Provides employment training and job search assistance as well as helping with driver's license restoration. Former inmates also have access to the Workforce Learning Link, which provides adult learners with instruction in reading, writing, math, communication, financial literacy, job search, employability, and life skills. Visit their website for more information

26 Yard Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08650

Phone: (609) 292-3096

NeighborCorps Reentry Services 

Provides free, supportive services that help inmates transition back into society and find work. NeighborCorpswill visit individuals while they are in jail and help provide support for their family members.

19 S. 2nd Avenue, Highland Park, NJ 08904

Phone: (732) 675-1452




New Jersey Department of Corrections Office of Transitional Services 

Has programs to help former inmates transition back into society by connecting them with social services, anger management, family reunification, and obtaining employment.

Whittlesey Rd., P.O. Box 863, Trenton, NJ 08625

Phone: (609) 826-5632



New Jersey Association on Correction 

Is a non-profit organization that provides residential re-entry programming; HIV/AIDS discharge planning, domestic violence safe shelters and non-residential support services; subsidized permanent housing program; residential housing for HIV/AIDS infected men; permanent housing for formerly incarcerated, homeless and disabled women; and self-sufficiency and employment programming. Their residential facility in Mercer County is Clinton House, a 40 bed residential pre-release program in Trenton for adult males.

986 South Broad Street, Trenton, NJ 08611

Phone: (609) 396-8900




Oaks Integrated 

Provides jail diversion and correctional case management to divert nonviolent mental health clients from the jail system in Burlington, Camden, and Mercer counties to appropriate mental health services. They also offer supportive housing, homelessness prevention, and family support services.

770 Woodlane Road, Mount Holly, NJ, 08060

Phone: 1 (800) 963-3377 or (609) 267-5928


Volunteers of America's Correctional and Re-Entry Services 

Provides halfway houses and work-release programs, day reporting, diversion and pre-trial services, residential treatment, case management, family support services, dispute resolution, and mediation services to reduce the risk of re-offending.

Volunteers of America Delaware Valley

235 White Horse Pike, Collingswood, NJ 08107

Phone: (856) 854-4660



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