Hundreds of individuals return home to Brooklyn each year from incarceration. Our mission is to assist those individuals to successfully re-enter their communities by providing a range of services and support. We offer case management and a combination of onsite services and referrals. Our office is a reentry HUB where clients can relax and read or surf the web while obtaining services and building their skills.
The District Attorney’s office operates two re-entry programs:
Community Resources & Re-Entry Program
Kings County Re-Entry Task Force
How do re-entry programs help you?
Our re-entry programs work with government agencies and community re-entry partners to:
Connect you with onsite services, Medicaid and SNAP enrollment, clothing assistance, GED classes, Life skills workshops, resume creations and employment referrals. Cognitive Behavior Interventions Substance Abuse and counseling services. Our programs pay for lost copies of birth certificates, and NY State Identification
Connect you to off-site services including emergency shelters, job training opportunities, assist with college enrollment and medical services
Ensure that you receive individualized case management with consistent follow-up. This helps to ensure that your resources and services are being successfully utilized and maintained
Eliminate any obstacles preventing you from successfully completing your parole or probation mandates
Kings County Re-entry Task Force
The Kings County Re-Entry Task Force (KCRTF) is a New York State-funded program. Together with the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) and the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS), KCRTF brings together individuals and organizations to provide the best services and the strongest support for formerly incarcerated individuals.
Call: 718-250-3281 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm.) Fax: 718-488-6692 (Please include cover page)