Programs and Services We Offer

Our programs and services equip people in re-entry, their family and loved ones with the resources and tools they need to achieve successful reintegration.

 We help currently and recently incarcerated men, women, and at-risk juveniles acquire the skills and attitudes needed to live a sustainable life and become valuable contributors to their families, employers, and their communities

Featured Programs

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The Correctional Offender Re-Entry Program or C.O.R.P. is our in-jail adult re-entry program. To be placed on the program waiting list, a member of the currently incarcerated family must call our C.O.R.P. call center at 663-701-6013 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday or 11:00 am to 5:00 p.m. to start the application process

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The Community Offender Program is for those who are on probation, parole, community control or have been involved in the criminal justice system and are no longer on any type of supervised supervision. To apply, call our Community Offender Program call center at 662-701-6013 on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday from 11:00 am to 5:00 p.m

Community Offender Program

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The Juvenile Offender Re-Entry Program or J.C.O.R.P. is for juvenile's who are under the age of 18 and have been involved in the juvenile detention center or are at risk of being detained at the juvenile detention center. To apply to our waiting list, call our juvenile call center at 662-701-6017 on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday from 11:00 am to 5:00 p.m.

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Our Highlighted Services

We offer several services to our participants who enroll in one of programs.

Work Readiness Classes

We offer work readiness classes to those who are enrolled in one of our programs that lead to employment placement. 

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Steps to Enrollment

Once you have been placed on our waiting list and your name is listed as the next group of enrollments, a caseworker will schedule an interview with you to determine your eligibility. See the Frequently Asked Questions below to determine if you are eligible for one of our programs.

After you have been accepted into one of our programs you will be scheduled to attend one of our orientations. Orientation covers information on the services provided by the Mississippi Center for Re-Entry and how we can help participants in reestablishing a productive life in the community.

Once you’ve completed orientation, you will be scheduled a one on one intake session with your caseworker. During your intake session, you will be administered a risk-needs assessment so we can assess your needs and risk of incarceration more thoroughly.

What our supporters are saying…

"This is an organization embarking on a worthy cause."

– Award-Winning Radio Personality Christie B. Taylor

"I am excited to work with Ms. Freeman and her team."

Chaplain Curtis Pennington

"I was astound to find a organization that provides re-entry services in my area."

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Frequently Asked Questions

Eligibility for One of Our Programs
Applying for Services
What Do I Need to Apply?