Oklahoma Reentry Program is a database of resources designed to connect individuals in Oklahoma to the resources they need during reentry. Their goal is to make finding and accessing available services easy for formerly incarcerated individuals who require assistance during the reintegration process, from basic needs to job services and treatment centers. Individuals can also use the website to connect with case managers to discuss their terms of release. Under the Basic Needs & Services, individuals will find information about transitional housing communities, as well as clothing and food pantries. The database also includes resources to help justice-impacted individuals enter the workforce, including job development and training, placement assistance and certificate programs. Oklahoma Reentry Program also provides information about securing government identification to help formerly incarcerated individuals establish and maintain a permanent residence, begin working and apply for government assistance.