Adult Probation and Parole Department: The City of Philadelphia’s community corrections agency, which aims for a balance of enforcement and treatment strategies, affording offenders the opportunity to become productive, law-abiding citizens.
Center for Carceral Communities: The Center is an initiative of the School of Social Policy and Practice at the University of Pennsylvania that provides evidence-based continuum of care services addressing mental health, education, housing, advocacy and primary care.
Community College of Philadelphia Reentry Support Project: Fosters higher education achievement among adults with criminal records while supporting public safety, enhancing community health, and reducing recidivism in the City of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity: A 501(c)(3) non-profit legal aid organization that advocates for a more equitable social environment for those with criminal records, including expanding access to employment and social services.
Philadelphia Works: A local organization that invests in employment and training solutions and services that connect employers to workforce talent and career seekers to jobs while ensuring the highest standards and accountability for these investments.
Redemption Housing: Seeks to address the cycle of recidivism through holistic programming and healthy relationships, bringing healing and restoration to those affected by incarceration. Redemption House provides supportive housing for Philadelphia men reentering society following incarceration.
RISE: The City of Philadelphia’s official agency dedicated to helping facilitate the successful reentry and reintegration of formerly incarcerated individuals, and aid in their return to society as successful and productive members of our community.