Partners Reentry Center

Partners Reentry Center

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Partners Reentry Center began in 2009 as a service to assist those returning from incarceration. They work together with the Alaska Department of Corrections, as well as other community organizations to provide a program that includes housing and job assistance with continuing case management, peer support groups, counseling services, and an Alaskan Native Reentry group. Partners Reentry Center has programs designed to prevent relapse and recidivism, as well as develop life skills that include appropriate responses to conflict. They also offer temporary assistance with housing, transportation, and job training. Individuals may receive services within the first 6 months after release or conviction, as long as they do not have pending charges against them and have a valid ID. All participants are required to actively pursue permanent employment and independent housing, participate in group therapy and community service hours. Contact Partners Reentry Center directly for more information on their services and eligibility requirements.

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