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Arizona Reentry Resources

This page is the result of a partnership between Community Information and Referral Services and a statewide collaboration of a broad based coalition of stakeholders who were brought together by Arizona Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee's (LECC) Reentry Initiative sponsored by the United States Attorney's Office in Arizona and the United States Department of Justice.

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Programs that provide comprehensive support services for ex-offenders who need assistance preparing for, finding, and retaining paid employment.

Support Groups for those with a Criminal Record

Mutual support groups for people who have been incarcerated in a correctional facility and are seeking support for their return to the community and their ability to remain crime free.

Support Groups for Families

Mutual support groups loved ones of people serving a sentence in a correctional facility for a criminal offense.

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The National Reentry Resource Center

 

Arizona Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC)

The Arizona Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee's (LECC) Reentry Initiative is a community-based, stakeholder-led initiative in Arizona to promote successful reintgration of men and women releasing from custody in order to reduce the harm crime has on our community by reducing the likelihood these individuals will commit new crimes.

What began as a roundtable dialogue with the United States Attorney's 2008 Arizona Weed & Seed Conference evolved quickly into a coalition of more than 60 stakeholders representing law enforcements, the courts, corrections, public defenders, probation, housing providers, substance abuse and health care providers, educators, nonprofits, the faith-based community, and other concerned citizens. In April 2010, the LECC published a report with reccommendations and findings. To read it, click here.

Mission

The Arizona Reentry Initiative brings together a broad coalition of stakeholders in order to promote the successful reintegration of individuals releasing from custody, to reduce crime and recidivism, to increase the safety of the communities, and to ensure the rights and safety of victims of crime.

Goals and Objectives

Updated May 8, 2013


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