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From Incarceration to Integration

Reentry Housing Programs

Our reentry housing programs provide year-long supportive housing and wrap-around services to the most vulnerable.
Release to Rent houses men who have been incarcerated for ten years or more. The Release to Rent: Veterans program serves veterans with a history of criminal justice involvement.

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FIRST Services

The FIRST Services department of CJM offers access to a number of resources to clients who have been released from jails/prisons. 

Those resources include a backpack filled with hygiene items and basic inner clothing. Bus tickets, vouchers for state ID's and/or birth certificates.

To Learn more about FIRST services, click the button below.

Inside Ministry and Classes

CJM's active volunteer network provides a variety of services to incarcerated individuals in 4 prisons, 10 jails, and one transition center.

These programs include classes (anger management, creative writing, peer support groups and more), prison ministry, and the pen pal program.

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Advocacy and Engagement

CJM works to provide information about the criminal justice system and its impact on the community through presentations at schools, churches, and community groups, collaboration with other agencies and groups, and contact with legislators at both the local and state levels.

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