The New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC) is a non-profit agency with a social mission to remove all barriers to employment for citizens returning from jail or prison.

The NJRC is premised on the ambition to create an environment which promotes pro-social norms, encouraging the establishment of attachments to positive rehabilitative cultures, strengthening bonds among peers who promote positive norms and values, and promoting family reunification. Participants receive individualized assessments and treatment plans that first address essential needs, including housing, treatment, mental health care, medical care, and access to health insurance and other public benefits to secure these essential needs.

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NJRC 8th Annual Immigration Conference – The Journey

St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church 853 3rd Ave, Elizabeth, NJ 07202 853 3rd Ave,, Elizabeth, NJ, United States

NJRC 8TH ANNUAL IMMIGRATION CONFERENCE - THE JOURNEY The 8th Anniversary of Espiritu Latino Aimed at Restoring Faith in the Legal Immigration System & Promoting U.S. Citizenship SPECIAL GUEST: Mayor…


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Our client, Amirah, from NJRC at Greater Newark Conservancy, shares her reentry story.
"It felt like I was accomplishing something every day by coming here."
Savage Kingdom
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Tom Reigle
Tom Reigle was a classic candidate for recidivism. After thirty years in prison he had virtually no resources or connections that could help him successfully reenter modern society. It’s hard to imagine how much the world has changed in thirty years, and what its like to be gone for all of it. Luckily with the help of JCETP Tom has acquired a job and has been put in touch with housing providers and will be living on his own.
Planet Earth II
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Ramon, one of our clients at NJRC at the Center of Hope in Paterson, explains why reentry services are so important.
The minute I stepped into this program… you just feel the energy, and it makes you want to get out there and just do positive things. It gives you a sense of wellbeing. - Ramon
Extreme Weather: Trailer
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Oseyba credits NJRC Paterson staff for his positive transition after being incarcerated.
Since coming to the reentry program, I found a job… I never thought it would happen so fast. I’m proud of myself.