The National Reentry Network is an expansive coalition of partners committed to supporting individuals as they return to the community. Their mission is to ensure that formerly incarcerated individuals and their loved ones have the services they need to successfully and permanently reintegrate. The National Reentry Network operates a number of projects designed to reduce the barriers that justice involved individuals face after incarceration. The Ready4Work Program is an extensive job readiness and placement program which assists individuals with the challenges of reentering the workforce after incarceration. Partners in the organization also advocate for programs that support transformative justice and restorative justice models. The Peer Navigator Program provides justice involved individuals with a valuable community of peer mentors who understand the unique challenges of reentering the community after incarceration. For more information on the specific services available to individuals, contact the organization directly using the information provided on this page.