New Hope CORPS is a faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support services for individuals returning to the community after incarceration. Their mission is to offer intervention to individuals experiencing housing insecurity, those living within generational poverty, individuals recovering from chemical dependence, and experiencing mental health crisis. New Hope CORPS provides numerous services free of charge to community members, including: chemical dependence treatment, behavioral health, primary medical care, MAT services for opioid users, HIV-AIDS testing and counseling, in-home counseling, street outreach for those experiencing homelessness, and case management, among other services. Their residential rehabilitation program combines housing services with personalized treatment to assist individuals with permanent recovery from chemical dependence. Residents participate in evidence-based clinical interventions and psychosocial rehabilitation as they prepare for independent living outside the program. For more information about specific services offered by New Hope CORPS, individuals should contact the organization directly using the information on this page.
The Alabama Therapeutic Education Facility (ATEF) helps prepare participants to transition from incarceration to re-entry. It is a residential facility that provides comprehensive behavioral, vocational and educational services to prepare incarcerated people to enter the Work Release Program.