Serving Desoto, Tunica, Marshall and Tate counties

At Mississippi Center for Re-Entry, we work to ensure that people who desire a second chance have that opportunity for successful reintegration.

Disrupting the Cycles of Incarceration

Providing wrap-around services including in-jail workforce readiness training, job placement services, financial literacy, and other services to help participants find their way to self-sufficiency.

A Re-Entry Resource, Transition, and Advocacy Center

Supporting the needs of returning citizens to become "reentry ready” by offering the ability to meet their goals of employment, housing, education, family reunification, and financial stability.

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Outreach

Transferring power and information to the people most impacted by our criminal justice system through public education.

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Support

By partnering with us you will enable us to provide direct re-entry services to justice-involved individuals.

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Our Services

Building skills and attitudes needed to find sustainable employment and become valuable contributors to their families, and their communities.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Second Chance HERO Awards

Apr 24, 2021 5:00PM—10:30PM

Landers Center 4560 Venture Drive Southaven, MS 38671

Virtual Re-Entry Conference

Aug 14, 2020 6:00PM—Aug 15, 2020 2:00PM

This event will be held virtually. A link to log into the conference will be emailed to you once you register.

LATEST NEWS

Jul 21 2020

Meet Victoria V. Washington, Esq.!

Ms. Victoria Valencia Washington is a 34-year-old native of Jackson, MS. She attended Tougaloo, College where she received her Bachelor of Arts in English/Pre-Law. While there, she played basketball and ran cross-country. She also became a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and served as the Gamma Psi Chapter’s Chaplain. Armed with her degree,…

Mission Statement

Our mission is to spread the love of Jesus to returning citizens and assist them towards successfully re-entering society through the development of release plans, developing social skills, and obtaining needed services in their local communities of Desoto, Tunica, Marshall and Tate counties.

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re-arrested within 3 years of release

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Were employed before incarceration

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Do not have a high-school diploma or GED

Help Reintegrate a Returning Citizen

Your contributions allow us to address the needs of our participants and continue to grow the vital services and programs that support successful re-entry after a period of incarceration.