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Reentry Anonymous, tampa, Florida

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Address: 4103 cragmont drive
tampa, Florida  33610  
United States
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 1
Number of People Being Served: 100
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Mission Statement


Reentry Anonymous is a 12 step program of recovery for men and women struggling with a life destroyed by incarceration and the consequences thereafter as a result of their criminal past, addiction to a life of crime, and the challenges of ex-offender reentry. Reentry Anonymous members share their experience, strength, and hope with each other in order to educate, inform, and support ex-offenders and recover from the hopeless cycle of recidivism through criminal addiction.

Description


Educate: Provide criminal addiction education and ex-offender reentry curriculum materials. Inform: Provide ex-offender reentry resource and referral information, reentry orientation, public awareness of criminal addiction, and community outreach. Support: Facilitate Reentry Anonymous 12 step group meetings led by peers who themselves have tackled the challenges of ex-offender reentry and a life of criminal addiction.

Educate: Provide criminal addiction education and ex-offender reentry curriculum materials. Inform: Provide ex-offender reentry resource and referral information, reentry orientation, public awareness of criminal addiction, and community outreach. Support: Facilitate Reentry Anonymous 12 step group meetings led by peers who themselves have tackled the challenges of ex-offender reentry and a life of criminal addiction.

Mission Statement: Reentry Anonymous is a 12 step program of recovery for men and women struggling with a life destroyed by incarceration and the consequences thereafter as a result of their criminal past, addiction to a life of crime, and the challenges of ex-offender reentry. Reentry Anonymous members share their experience, strength, and hope with each other in order to educate, inform, and support ex-offenders and recover from the hopeless cycle of recidivism through criminal addiction.

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Program Type:


Rehabilitation Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No