Alaska Reentry Programs
Alaska Department of Corrections: Department of corrections reentry program for the state of Alaska.
Alaska Native Justice Center: The Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) was established in 1993 by CIRI as a tribal non-profit to address Alaska Natives’ unmet needs regarding the Alaska civil and criminal justice system in response to the increasing disproportionate rates of victimization, incarceration and other justice-related issues impacting Alaska Natives throughout Alaska.
No Limit Incorporated: No Limits, Inc. nonprofit organization located in Fairbanks, Alaska. The mission is to provide resettlement services to the marginalized and disadvantaged for successful transition from dependence on society to independence with the support and resources they need to transform their lives. No Limits Inc’s target population is men and women who have recently been released from the jurisdiction of Alaska’s Criminal Justice System and who have a history of chemical dependence that has repeatedly impeded their ability to create a stable living situation for themselves and, often, for their families.
Partners Reentry Center: Partners for Progress was established in 1998. In 1999 we collaborated with Alaska District Court Judge Jim Wanamaker and the Municipality of Anchorage to start Alaska’s first therapeutic court for substance abusing offenders, the Anchorage Wellness Court.
Wildwood Alpha Reentry Initiative: To reduce the cycle of recidivism through a faith-based Re-Entry program with a pre and post release focus, helping inmates develop a spiritual foundation for living, new beliefs about themselves and the world they live in along with new tools, skills, resources and confidence for their return to the community.
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