Alabama Department of Corrections: Pre Release and Reentry Programs

Services offered: Addiction and Recovery Clothing and Household Employment Family Food Housing Medical Mental Health Spiritual Services

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Address 301 South Ripley Street P.O. Box 301501, Montgomery, AL 36130-1501

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Phone Number 1-855-937-2362

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Alabama Department of Corrections Pre Release and Reentry Programs Foundation mission – Dedicated professionals providing public safety through the safe and secure confinement, rehabilitation, and successful re-entry of offenders.


These pre-release and reentry programs offer information to inmates about life enrichment classes, community resources and reentry services available throughout the State. They provide an opportunity for inmates to gain basic living skills on how to successfully transition back into the community after release from corrections.

The reentry program also aims to provide transitional case management services. Transitional case management will consist of identifying an inmate’s basic and technical needs and linking him with targeted resources prior to his release. If an inmate’s primary needs for survival are initially addressed (including food, clothing and shelter), they will have a greater success in obtaining a job, establishing a career and maintaining a crime free quality of life.

Their reentry program covers everything they do throughout the incarceration to augment an inmate’s ability to be successful upon release. Their pre-release is the short program they do at the institutions just before an inmate is released.