The Hampton Re-Entry Council helps individuals successfully transition from prison to the community through a partnership of private, public, non-profit and faith-based agencies that help educate and/or aid returning citizens.
These men and women face a daunting array of challenges that include finding a job, paying child support, finding affordable housing and even getting their driver’s license reinstated.
Research has shown that a successful re-entry helps reduce recidivism, create healthier families, improve offender outcomes and reduces victimization.
Help us help them.
All interested parties are invited to our regular meetings, which are at 10 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month in the:
Healthy Families building conference room
100 Old Hampton Lane
Hampton, VA 23669