Community Re-Entry, Inc.

aka CR   |   Cleveland, OH   |  www.lutheranmetro.org

Mission

Community Re-entry resettles ex-offenders in the community in such a way as to reduce recidivism and enhance their quality of life and the quality of life of the community, and to provide preventive social services to youth who are at-risk for involvement in drug and/or gang activity and future incarceration.

Ruling year info

1985

Principal Officer

Mr. Charles See

Main address

1468 W 25th St.

Cleveland, OH 44113

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EIN

34-1417120

NTEE code info

Services to Prisoners/Families (I43)

Human Service Organizations (P20)

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

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Community Re-Entry, Inc. programs and services:

Care Teams: ex-offenders provide a variety of services to senior and persons with disabilities at Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority apartments in Cleveland.
Case Management: includes job readiness training, group and individual counseling, crisis intervention, emergency assistance and referrals to substance abuse centers, vocational training, and a variety of other services.
Women's Re-Entry Network:Established in 1995, the Women?s Re-Entry Network (WREN) currently serves any woman who has a history of involvement in the criminal justice system, regardless of level of offense, parenting status, or existence of a mental health and/or substance abuse program. WREN provides mental health and social services including case management, therapeutic groups, individual counseling and GED services.
Community Re-Entry?s Young African-American Reclamation Project Sr.: YAARP Sr. currently serves ex-offender African-American men between the ages 19-29. The program offers life skills, group sessions, conflict mediation, and case management, which are provided by a largely ex-offender staff. The goal of the program is to break familial cycles of poverty, imprisonment, and welfare by improving participants? employment status, financial potential, social skills, and coping mechanisms, to enable them to become better fathers and therefore improving their children?s chances of being successful, independent of public support, and uninvolved in the criminal justice system.
Young African-American Reclamation Project, Jr.: YAARP Jr is a culturally specific after-school program which works to prevent crime, and alcohol and drug abuse among at-risk youth.
Friend to Friend: is a prison visitation program that matches volunteers with incarcerated men and women to reduce social isolation and help prepare them for re-entry.
Educational Advocates/Covenant Project Program: serves at-risk youth to reduce truancy and other barriers to education by providing tutoring and life skills.
Second Chance: assists first time non-violent, drug offenders to obtain expungement of their record.

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Community Re-Entry, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 09/11/2007
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Rev. Jeremiah Pryce

Gordon Beggs, Esq.