The Alston Wilkes Society (AWS) is a multi-state nonprofit organization that provides services to those who are most at risk with the hope of a brighter future. AWS gives hope and rebuilds lives through rehabilitative and prevention services. They provide direct services in North and South Carolina to not only incarcerated people, but also the homeless, at-risk youth, veterans, and families in crisis. AWS has three Federal Residential Reentry Centers (RRC) where prisoners are placed through contracts with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. AWS provides 24-hour supervision, housing, food, and intense case management. Other reentry programs at AWS provide parenting classes, life skills training, cultural, diversity training, money management classes, and substance abuse counseling. AWS also provides community services at 46 counties in SC. The regional coordinators provide case management, counseling and employment services to offenders, ex-offenders, homeless people and families in crisis. Services for Youth at AWS are 24-hour supervision and care by a diverse and experienced staff that includes residential, academic, clinical, and home-based community services.