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Nebraska

This state does not have any known local programs at this time.  For assistance, contact one of the offices listed under National Organizations.

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Nevada

Center Street Mission

650 N. Center St.

Reno, NV 89502

(775) 348-2619
 

 

Halfway house for males provides transitional housing.
 

 

Ridge House, Inc.

275 Hill St. - suite 281

Reno, NV 89501

(775) 322-8941
 

 

Halfway House for ex-felons and parolees recently released from prison with substance abuse problems.  Offers room and board, individual, career and drug/alcohol counseling, and financial planning.  Flat fee of $114 per week.

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New Jersey

American Friends Service Committee

972 Broad Street - 6th Floor

Newark, NJ 07102

(973) 643-3079

Fax: 973-643-8924

Internet: www.afsc.org/afsc

AFSC provides counseling workshops and re-entry services to inmates, ex-offenders, and members of their families.
 

 

H.O.P.E. for Ex-offenders, Inc.

106 Central Ave.

Hackensack, NJ 07601

(201) 646-1995
 

 

Offers employment referral, temporary emergency housing, food, clothing, emergency utilities assistance, and medication for inmates of Bergen and Passaic Counties in New Jersey.
 

 

Jericho Ministries

35 Garden St.

Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

(609) 261-2045
 

 

Services include individual Protestant Bible studies, and aftercare, help ministries.  Primarily support group for families: one-on-one, envelope visitation, fellowship night for ex-offenders.
 

 

Sanford Bates House

33 Remsen Ave.

New Brunswick, NJ 08901

(732) 846-7220
 

 

This residential program is open to female state pre-release inmates.  Services include individual, group and family counseling, job assistance, and counseling in the areas of substance abuse and financial management.  The program assists inmates in the transition from incarceration to living in the community.  Residents pay house fees on a sliding scale.
 

 

Clinton House

21 N. Clinton Ave.

Trenton, NJ 08609

(609) 396-9186
 

 

This residential program is open to male state pre-release inmates.  Services include individual, group and family counseling, job assistance, and counseling in the areas of substance abuse and financial management.  The program assists inmates in the transition form incarceration to living in the community.  Residents pay house fees on a sliding scale.  The program also provides drug aftercare services to federal probationers through a contract.
 

 

Middlesex Resource Center

5 Elm Row, Suite 306

New Brunswick, NJ 08901

(732) 247-2770
 

 

Provides services on an out-client basis to adults 18 years or older with an offense record.  The program accepts referrals from probation or parole programs, L.S.P. or county jail.  Walk-in clients also accepted.  The center provides referrals for mental health, substance abuse and long term counseling.  It also offers crisis intervention in the form of emergency food, clothing, and housing assistance.  Project Reunion provides counseling to women incarcerated at Middlesex Adult Correction Center.  Children are brought to visit their mothers on a weekly basis.  A similar group is available on an outpatient basis.
 

 

Offender Aid and Restoration of Essex County

Essex Community College

303 University Ave., Room 3271

Newark, NJ 07102

(973) 624-6610
 

 

OAR provides transitional services for inmates in Essex County Jail and some services for inmates returning to Essex County from federal and state institutions.  They provide counseling, referrals, and visitation to prisoners.  OAR has also developed an inmate literacy program and uses community volunteers for inmate services.

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New Mexico


 This state does not have any known local programs at this time.  For assistance, contact one of the offices listed under National Organizations.
 

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New York

Cephas Attica, Inc.

258 Monroe Ave.

Rochester, NY 14614

(716) 546-7472

Fax: (716) 546-8579
 

INTERNET: http://freenet.buffalo.edu/~cpm/home.html

 

Offers post-release services that include housing for parolees with a commitment to Cephas Attica's 90-day program.  They also offer counseling and assistance with education, housing, and job opportunities.
 

 

Fortune Society

39 W. 19th St.

New York, NY 10011

(212) 206-7070

Fax: (212) 633-6845

INTERNET: www.fortunesociety.org

 

This ex-offender self help organization works with ex-offenders in the New York area.  Services include ex-offender to ex-offender counseling, one-on-one tutoring, job training placement, GED preparation and out-patient substance abuse services.  The society also acts as a referral agency for drug or alcohol addiciton programs, halfway houses and other social services.
 

 

Justice Works Community

1012 Eighth Ave.

Brooklyn, NY 11215

(718) 499-6704
 

 

The Community Justice Resource Center provides referrals for housing, job training, employment, drug and alcohol programs for women prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families.
 

 

The Osborne Association

135 East 15t6h St.

new York, NY 10003

(212) 673-6633
 

 

The Osborne Association operates model programs and provides direct services to defendants, prisoners, ex-offenders and their families.
 

 

PROBE, Inc.

229 State St.

Binghamton, NY 13901-2711

(607) 772-8912
 

 

PROBE provides community development, 16 development and community services, mandated volunteer services in juvenile court, transitional services for those in local jail, D.E.P. Program  (GED and Life Skills, pre-employment skills), pre-trial diversions (professional counseling), employment services, and agencies referral help.
 

 

Project Greenhope SFW, Inc.

448 E. 119th St.

New York, NY 10031

(212) 369-5100
 

 

This halfway house for ex-offenders is the only residential facility in New York City which services both parolees and women referred by the courts.  It provides educational and vocational training and job and housing referrals.
 

 

Reality House, Inc.

637 West 125th St.

New York, NY 10027

(212) 666-8000
 

 

Reality House offers counseling services and group therapy to recently released ex-offenders with a history of addiction.   After care services include medical assistance, counseling, and educational and vocational guidance.  It also provides recently released ex-offenders of the New York City Department of Correction at Rikers Island with community based substance abuse treatment (ages 18 and older) and HIV care such as counseling, HIV testing, medical evaluation, monitoring and case management.
 

 

South Forty Corporation

500  8th Ave., Suite 1203

New York, NY 10018

(212) 563-2288
 

 

South Forty Corporation provides vocational counseling to prisoners at Bayview Correctional Facility and job placement assistance for ex-offenders who are residents of New York City.
 

 

Stay'N Out Criminal Justice Program

500  8th Ave., Suite 801

New York, NY 10018

(212) 971-6033
 

 

This program provides a wide variety of services for incarcerated men and women with drug-related offenses.  It has established segregated units in the Arthur Kill and Bayview Correctional Facilities.  Inmates participating in this voluntary program receive group, family, individual and vocational counseling and remedial education.  Upon release or parole, it assists ex-offenders into one of the member agencies of new York Therapeutic Communities, Inc.  Inmates of all New York State facilities are eligible for this program after meeting specific criteria.
 

 

Women's Prison Association

110 Second Ave.

New York, NY 10003

(212) 674-1163
 

 

This agency provides counseling for women ex-offenders in the form of direct referrals and housing placement assistance.  They also provide alternatives to incarceration programs for women in the Department of Corrections at Rikers Island.  The services are aimed at women with HIV and AIDS.
 

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North Carolina


Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina

3500 Westgate Dr., Suite 204

Durham, NC 4232

(919) 493-0003
 

Information and Referral service for individuals with a history of drug or alcohol problems, and also has a service for families and agencies.  Operates a county by county database that includes information on halfway housing, counseling, and related services.
 

 

Guilford County Community Action Program, Inc.

201 S. Elm St., Suite 101

Greensboro, NC 27401

(336) 274-4673
 

 

Offers job development and assistance counseling to ex-offenders.

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North Dakota

CENTRE (Center for Extended Nuclear Transitional Residence for Ex-Offenders)

123  15th St., N.

Fargo, ND 58102

(701) 237-9340
 

This is a transitional residence which offers a structured, supervised program of assistance to ex-offenders.  CENTRE provides job counseling and assistance with recovering addicts who have been through treatment.  The average stay at CENTRE is between three and six months.  Residents are court-ordered to this program.

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