Road to rentry

We provide a special group of services aimed at maximizing your success during reentry.

Vocational Rehab

Many ex-offenders may encounter difficulty obtaining suitable employment due to a lack of job skills, education, and training. Some individuals are overwhelmed at the prospect of preparing a personal resume, where others may not have the computer skills necessary to access an online application. Others are not comfortable with facing a job interview or lack the appropriate clothing necessary to make a good first impression at a job interview. Lack of job search skills is one of the biggest barriers to finding suitable employment. Our vocational Rehab program has been proven to help members overcome these barriers.

Aftercare Program

Upon completion of our program, in order to equip members with the best arsenal of recovery skills, we provide a series of aftercare recovery groups that address common topics relevant to addiction, co-occurring disorders, and life after treatment. These groups include Therapist and BHT-led sessions in which clients may participate, discuss and share both their experiences and their recoveries with their peers.

Vocational Rehab Topics

Our vocational rehab program consists of a range of specialized topics including the following.

  • Driver’s Education

  • Job Readiness

  • CDL Truck Training

  • Culinary Arts

  • Entrepreneurship

Aftercare Schedule

Our aftercare program consists of therapist-led sessions and may include the following topics.

  • Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS)

  • Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders

  • Planning Your Own Care

  • Spirituality in Recovery

  • 12-Steps & Recovery

Vocational Rehab

Our Vocational Rehabilitation program is designed to help individuals coming out of incarceration to obtain general employment skills or skills needed for specific jobs and industries. Our aim is to reduce the risk of recidivism by teaching marketable skills that are useful toward finding and retaining employment. Our technical training programs frequently have the added impact of reducing institutional problem behaviors through replacement of idle time with constructive work. Several obstacles commonly faced upon release from prison. These are some of the obstacles we address which can hinder efforts to find stable work while earning a decent wage:

  1. A lower level of educational attainment.
  2. An absence of a steady history of employment.
  3. A lack of vocational skills.

Aftercare Program

Following completion of our program, we want individuals to be equipped with an arsenal of recovery skills for different recovery situations that may be encountered in their newly sober lifestyle. As a part of our program, we developed a series of aftercare recovery groups that address common topics relevant to addiction, co-occurring disorders, and life after treatment. These groups include Therapist and BHT-led sessions in which clients may participate, discuss and share both their experiences and their recoveries with their peers.