FailSafe-Era Right Road Reentry

Studies prove that one in three inmates will return to jail/prison within one year of release.  Inmates who do not have a proper and supportive transition back into the community will face tremendous obstacles to gainful employment, housing, transportation and other realities of society.  Under these circumstances, returning citizens
often relapse into prior behaviors, which is both harmful to the community and expensive for the taxpayers. However, according to ongoing research, these individuals can become healthy, productive citizens when provided with evidence-based support programs.

The Right Road Reentry Program empowers and restores hope to inmates and returning citizens (formerly incarcerated).  Our clients face multiple challenges and hardships, making social integration into the community
problematic and achievement in society often difficult. This is why the Right Road Reentry program encompasses both one-on-one case management as well as group training activities, creating a whole community of support.

Case management includes assessing each client for their risk categories and needs, and then creating an individualized service plan to address those factors and teach clients goal-setting habits.

Group activities include the Right Road Job Training and Placement Program (RRJTPP) and the Courage to Change interactive journaling program.  RRJTPP is a 5-day transformed and empowered life skills program followed by one-day of specialized employer skills training.  This program was formed in partnership with ATSSA. The Courage to Change curriculum is a full year of evidence-based interactive journaling program topics that challenges the returning citizen to change their beliefs and behaviors, both pre- and post-release. Each topic addresses a specific criminogenic risks category.

Right Road Job Training and Placement Program

Courage to Change Interactive Journaling


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To apply for or learn more about our Right Road Reentry Program, please contact Jamie Milloy at (540)735-6991.