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Reentry Programs


Are you between the ages of 18 and 26? Have you been incarcerated in Philadelphia? Do you need help getting your life back on track?

  • Getting your GED or high school diploma and entering college.
  • Job searching and training.
  • Finding health insurance.
  • Finding a doctor or dentist.
  • Drug and alcohol treatment.
  • Mental health treatment.
  • Getting legal documents (state ID, birth certificates, Social Security cards).
  • Transportation.
    Call 215-981-0088 or better yet, fill out intake form at

Power CorpsPHL

For disconnected young adult and returning citizens, PowerCorpsPHL provides career-connected education and paid work experiences in collaboration with AmeriCorps and the city of Philadelphia, powered by EducationWorks. They work closely with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, the Philadelphia Water Department, and partners in the public and private sector, PowerCorpsPHL builds opportunities for young people to create promising futures by tackling pressing environmental challenges and developing the skills required to secure meaningful work. Check it out or email

Interactive map for returning citizens (Reentry Map)

Click here to find resources in your community.

Fatherhood Enrichment Program

The goal of the program is to assist fathers in supporting the well-being of their children, through education, training and personal development, with a focus on family strengthening. For pre-prison release or post-prison release fathers. 990 Spring Garden 215-685-0770. Brochure

Ex-Offener Reentry Program

Through PA Prison Society. Find opportunities here.

Impact Services Reentry

Helps ex-offenders get skills and find jobs. or call 215-739-1600 for info

Reintegration Services for Ex-Offenders (RISE)

Mayor’s Office to get ex-offenders back on tract. 34 S. 11th Street  215-683-3370.

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