Georgia Department of Corrections – Reentry and Cognitive Programs (RCP) Unit mission – RCP establishes effective methods that permeate all levels of affected agencies and organizations to reduce recidivism through collaborative partnership that support offender placement into evidence-based interventions and continue through offender transition (reentry) to the community. Reentry is a process of transition that should begin when the offender enters our system or at pre-sentence. Reentry provides effective opportunities for offenders to achieve positive change and to be a more pro-social contributor to society.
More information on services provided:
- Social Security Cards
- Birth Certificates for inmates born in Georgia
- Driver’s License (or State ID if they are not eligible for a Driver’s License).
- Reentry Assessment Centers in all state prisons and transitional centers
Who they help –
The document services are for Georgia Department of Corrections Inmates only. The employment and housing resources are shared with both current inmates as well as to individuals who have been released from one of Georgia’s prisons or transitional centers if they still need assistance.