The Arkansas reentry program and assistance page is a big work in progress. We try to keep our eyes out for more programs to add to the page. If your Arkansas reentry program is not listed here, please contact us if you would like it to be. Your program will be reviewed as soon as possible once we receive it. If we feel that it is a good addition to our Arkansas reentry programs page, we will add it.
Also, please contact us if there are any issues with a Arkansas reentry program that is listed here. We do try to keep this page as up to date as possible, but we’re not perfect. Sometimes we do miss things, and appreciate them being pointed out to us. We will fix issues as soon as we find them or they are brought to our attention.
If you are looking for information on voting with a felony in Arkansas , please look on our Voting Rights page. That page has a list of all 50 states’ laws regarding ex-offender voting rights.[line]
Arkansas Reentry Programs and Assistance
ACC – A list of resources and other beneficial links for ex-offenders set up by Arkansas.gov.
InnerChange Freedom Initiative – A faith-based reentry program based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. This program is aimed at reducing the rate of recidivism in Arkansas.
Little Rock Re-Entry Services – Reentry program to help ex-offenders in the city of Little Rock. In addition to the program itself, there is also a list of reentry programs in the city of Little Rock for ex-offenders.
Goodwill Industries of Arkansas – Goodwill’s Transitional Employment Opportunity, or TEO, program helps people returning from incarceration. This program offers job services, both training and placement.
CARE Coalition – This is the Central Arkansas ReEntry Coalition, or CARE. Their mission is to “empower returning citizens for a productive life through advocacy, education, and collaboration.” It works with many different groups to help ex-offenders reentry society.
Pathway to Freedom, Inc. – A Christian faith-based program that offers many services such as education, that takes a three phase approach. The first phase works to educate, the second tests the individual’s in real-life settings, and the third is local support for ex-offenders after they are released.[line]