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Eastern Re-Entry Collabortion

North Carolina prison population continues to decline, reentry supports become an integral part of one’s successful reintegration back into the lives of their children, families and communities. Reentry is complex as it touches on every aspect of a person’s life. Once an individual is released from prison, challenges can arise with finding assistance around basic needs, housing, employment, mental health and substance abuse supports, and other necessary resources. Identifying these resources, in a timely fashion, is critical to one’s overall success.

The purpose of this website is to centralize reentry resources here in North Carolina to make it easier for someone to navigate the system, find support and be successful when they return home to their families and communities. Start by joining a local roundtable near you or simply search through the resources listed on this website to find a supportive network of providers as well as a second chance.

CTBE Reentry Roundtable

The CTBE Reentry Collaborative is made up of seven (7) active reentry roundtables located in Beaufort, Bertie, Craven, Lenoir, Herford, Martin, Pitt. Each roundtable is a collaboration of state and local organizations working together to identify needs and address gaps in services for individuals returning home from incarceration. Individuals with lived experience are encouraged to join this network and work alongside these providers to find real solutions. This collaborative builds relationships with organizations and agencies across Eastern North Carolina to foster successful reentry, eliminate barriers, reduce recidivism and increase public safety.