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Reentry Council Subcommittees

Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Committee (FBCI)

Focuses on strengthening partnerships with faith-based organizations and collaborates on initiatives that will enhance our community. The goal is to utilize the unique network of churches and non-profit community organizations to address the needs of returning citizens. Meets every 3rd Monday at 10 am, Norfolk Workforce Development Center, Room 303.

Guide Book vol. A
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Clothing Closet
-Employment Training & Assistance
-Food Pantries / Nutrition Services
-Shelters / Day Services / Housing Services

Guide Book vol. B
-Medical / Dental
-Mental Health Support
-Substance Abuse
-Gender / Sexuality Support

Guide Book vol. C
-Household Assistance
Government Resources
-ID Services
-Information & Referral
-Transportation

Guide Book vol. D
-Differently Abled
-Immigration
-Senior Services
-Military / Veterans

Guide Book vol. E
-Courts
-Jail Ministry
-Re-Entry
-Legal Resources


Hampton Roads Reentry Employment Committee (HRREC)

Identifies and promotes strategies that assist people with criminal backgrounds to gain and maintain employment. Identifies and promotes best practices, utilizes and shares respected publications, develops partnerships, sponsors trainings and job fairs, and develops ways to implement innovative strategies. Meets bi-monthly, every 3rd Tuesday at 9 am, Norfolk Workforce Development Center, Room 303. Next meeting January 15, 2019.

Court Fines Reference Sheet 

Re-Entry Employment Resource Guide

What is Rapid Gate?

HRREC Gap Study 2017

 

Juvenile Re-Entry Committee

Bringing people together to strengthen, collaborate and address issues with our youth. Our goal is to prevent juvenile justice involvement by increasing parental participation, strengthening families and communities, increasing awareness of services and developing strategies to reduce recidivism. Meets every 2nd Tuesday at 9 am, Norfolk Workforce Development Center, Room 208.  

 

Resource for concerned parents

 

Planning Committee

Responsible for the strategic planning of the Norfolk Reentry Council. This group is tasked with developing the mission, vision and goals, identifying long-term strategies and organizing major events such as topical Town Hall Meetings and a statewide Reentry Collaboration Summit. 

 

All meetings are held at the Norfolk Workforce Development Center, Room 303. For more information, contact Madonna Flores at (757) 664-7799.