Saturday, November 18, 2017

Re-Entry

Welcome to the Lycoming County

Re-entry Coalition

Re-entry Coordinator : Jennifer McPherson

jmcpherson@lyco.org

570-320-8186
 


Helpful Information



Lycoming and Clinton County Resource Guide

 

Grief Recovery After Substance Passing Support
 

Federal Bonding Program for Employers

Federal Bonding Program for Employees

 

Below is a link with a video, brochure and step-by-step guide on the

Work Opportunity Tax Credit.

https://www.doleta.gov/business/incentives/opptax/wotcEmployers.cfm

Clothing Bank
We are always accepting donations for our clothing bank for incarcerated individuals who are preparing for release and may not have weather appropriate clothes available.   We are accepting all female and male size clothing and shoes.  You may contact me directly and I can pick up the donations or you may bring them to the next re-entry coalition meeting scheduled for February 5, 2018.


 

The vision of the Lycoming County Reentry Coalition is to provide every individual / ex-offender with the support, tools, and knowledge needed to successfully and safely return to the community and through their own initiative, remain offense free.         



Lycoming County Re-entry Coalition Five Year Strategic Plan 2016-2021

Subcommittees of the Lycoming County Re-entry Coalition

Education


Employment


Family/Peer Support & Personal Needs


Health Care


Housing


Mental Health


Substance Abuse




Upcoming Events

 "Pull of Gravity" Screening at CAC on February 5, 2018 at 7:00p.m. 
 

www.pullofgravityfilm.com 

(check back for updates on speakers, educational events and meetings)

 

Re-entry Coalition Quarterly Meeting is scheduled for February 5, 2018 from 2:00 p.m.-4:00p.m. 
at the Trade and Transit Center II Building in the Michael Ross Room. 

 



Articles

 

How To Get Involved




The mission of the Lycoming County Re-entry Coalition is to facilitate and support the successful return of incarcerated individuals to the community. In partnership with government entities, faith and community-based organizations, and other stakeholders, the Reentry Coalition will utilize a holistic approach that includes an emphasis on education, families, health services, treatment, employment, mentorship and housing.  In pursuing this mission, we shall improve lives, reduce recidivism, and enhance public safety. 










 
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