Re-entry Resources

  • The Center for Women in Transition
  • Resources for justice-involved women including supportive housing, mentorship, case management, vocational services, court advocacy, employment opportunities, and life skills classes.
  • Program available for any woman, non-binary, gender-nonconforming, or transgender (the Center serves trans women and trans men) individuals in the St. Louis area, who are currently in or have been involved in the criminal justice system within the past 6 months (this can include jail, prison, probation, parole, and/or pending charges)
  • Online or physical application required – can be emailed to or mailed to 7716 S. Broadway, St. Louis MO 63111.
  • If you have any questions about the application, email or call (314) 771-5207
  • Community Action Agency – Parole to Payroll/Makin’ It Work Program
  • Organization provides free individualized case management to provide a variety of services and referrals to assist with re-entry transition.
  • Services include anger management, drug counseling, employment readiness programs, and counseling services among others.
  • Enrollment in the programing is required for services – if interested in learning more contact James Ingram at 314.863.0015 ext. 431 or
  • Re-Entry Community Linkages (RE-LINK) (314) 657-1566
  • Program offers health care coverage, health care services, mental and behavioral health services, and social service supports (Housing, Substance
    abuse, employment assistance, adult education, others as identified) through the utilization of a Health and Social Services Network.
  • Program is available to young adults who have been released from City Jails, have no known holds, and have gotten a referral from Probation and Parole
  • Guide to Finding Housing for the Recently Incarcerated