Murphy Administration Addresses Urgent Housing Needs of Formerly-Incarcerated Individuals – Authorization of Emergency Temporary Shelter to Formerly Incarcerated Individuals

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About the New Jersey Reentry Corporation
The New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC) provides critically needed services to court involved individuals, including persons having served the maximum sentence in state prison, state prison parolees, county jail probationers, Drug Court participants and persons leaving federal prisons.
NJRC’s services include linking program participants to: addiction treatment (detoxification, residential treatment, intensive outpatient, outpatient, and providing Medication Assisted Treatment), structured sober housing, job training and employment, driver licenses restoration and legal services, and healthcare (medical, mental health, and behavioral).
Program participants receive individualized clinical assessment and treatment plans that address essential health needs to become “work ready.” NJRC’s pro bono legal services program screens and provides clients assistance with state identification and driver’s license restoration. NJRC then assists in securing employment for their program participants with private and public employers who are “background-friendly.”
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