Restorative Reentry Programs of the Montpelier Community Justice Center provides reentry services to individuals returning to the community after incarceration. Individuals who have committed serious and violent offenses can successfully reenter their communities and become responsible citizens with the support of Restorative Reentry Programs. Programs offered to participants include Circles of Support and Accountability (COSAs). COSA volunteers provide emotional and practical support for the person reentering to help them become productive self-supporting citizens, manage everyday challenges, and be accountable for safe and responsible living. Transitional housing with reentry navigation is provided to participants who need assistance finding a place to live. The Family Reintegration Conferences is offered to those who seek a different, more positive relationship with family members and friends with whom they will have contact upon release from prison. Contact Restorative Reentry Programs of the Montpelier Community Justice Center directly for answers to any questions and more information on their services.