Our North Carolina reentry program list is a work in progress. We’re always looking for more programs to add to it. If your North Carolina reentry program is not listed on here, contact us if you’d like it to be. We’ll review your program as soon as we can. If we feel it’s a good addition to our North Carolina reentry programs page, we’ll add it. Exoffenders.net is not affiliated in any way with the programs & organizations listed here.
Please contact us if there are any issues with an North Carolina reentry program listed here. We try to keep this page as up to date as possible. Sometimes we do miss things though, and appreciate them being pointed out.
The North Carolina reentry programs page used to have voting information. This was moved to our Voting Rights page.[line]
North Carolina Reentry & Assistance Programs
Goodwill NC Project Reentry – The mission of Project Re-entry is to provide transition services for ex-offenders returning to Forsyth, Davidson, Davie, Rowan, Stokes, Surry, Yadkin, Buncombe, McDowell and Iredell Counties after serving active prison sentences.
Center for Community Transitions – “The Center for Community Transitions (formerly ECO, Inc.) has been part of the community solution to crime in our area for 35 years. Every day people come to our organization to rebuild their lives and families while dealing with job and financial difficulties that result from incarceration.”
Barnabas House – “Barnabas House is a Christian centered structured ministry for those who have been released from prison and with life controlling issues designed to prepare them for a new life of faithful service.”
Coastal Horizons Center, Inc. – “Coastal Horizons Center, Inc. promotes choices for healthier lives and safer communities by providing a continuum of professional services for prevention, crisis intervention, sexual assault victims, criminal justice alternatives, and treatment of substance use and mental health disorders.”
Community Success Initiative – “The mission of the organization is to help make the world a better place through programs that help individuals and communities be aware of personal growth and “success” principals, inspire others to reach their potential, and help to build vibrant and healthy communities.”
Exodus Homes – “Exodus Homes is a faith-based United Way agency, offering transitional and permanent supportive housing for homeless recovering addicts, alcoholics, and formerly incarcerated people returning to our community from treatment programs and prison.”
LINC Inc. – “Leading Into New Communities, Inc. (LINC, Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides transitional living and case management services to meet the immediate needs of men and women returning from prison and culturally specific youth development services for African American young men ages 16-24.”
Passage Home – “Passage Home provides holistic opportunities to strengthen families and neighborhoods that are facing severe socioeconomic challenges. Passage Home’s programs and services are developed to break the cycle of poverty and have lasting effect.”
RCND – “The Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham (RCND) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization comprised of individuals, who as an expression of their faith and goodwill, actively seek an end to the violence that is plaguing Durham neighborhoods.”
North Carolina Justice Center – “The NC Second Chance Alliance is a statewide alliance of advocacy organizations, service providers, faith-based organizations, community leaders and interested citizens that have come together to achieve the safe and successful reintegration of adults and juveniles with criminal records by promoting policies that remove barriers to productive citizenship.”[line]