Hundreds of service providers, individuals, and other organizations provide reentry services and support to formerly incarcerated individuals in communities across the state. To make information about this work and related resources more widely available, the NC Department of Public Safety, State Reentry Council Collaborative, NC Department of Justice, and NC Office of Strategic Partnerships partnered with Three Flights Consulting to identify one or more reentry contacts in all 100 counties in North Carolina; explore persistent gaps or unmet needs in local reentry support systems; and investigate innovative or promising strategies to address common challenges.
In January 2023, following the creation of the NC Department of Adult Correction (NCDAC), the staff who oversaw the project were transferred from the NC Department of Public Safety to NCDAC. Project deliverables are now available on the NCDAC website.
- North Carolina Reentry Stakeholder Database -A database of over 500 reentry-related resources across all 100 North Carolina counties. The resources in the Reentry Stakeholder Database were added to NCCARE360, a community resource database for most types of need. NCCARE360 includes more than 13,000 service listings and 26,000 service locations across NC.
- Harvell, S. & Simoncelli, J. (2021). Strengthening and Supporting Local Reentry Services in North Carolina (Report summarizing project learnings and highlights promising strategies to strengthen reentry support and coordination.)
Planned use of results
Results have made information about reentry work and related resources more widely available across the state.
State Reentry Council Collaborative
NC Department of Justice
Three Flights, LLC
NC Office of Strategic Partnerships
NC Department of Adult Correction