Re-Entry Support-Program

The Re-Entry Support Program is a unique 14 week workshop designed to provide vital education and support to formerly incarcerated parents and their children. The program helps parents re-connect with and help ensure their successful re-entry into the community. Sessions are free for participants.

This program is funded by United Way of Rockland in collaboration with CRC, the Family Connections program, Cornell Cooperative Extension, and Retired Seniors Volunteers Program (R.S.V.P). However, CRC would like to expand this service to other communities in need.

If you are involved with a re-entry program outside the Rockland county area and would like CRC to set up a program such as this one, please call or email Priscilla Prutzman at (845)353-1796 or

The United Way of Rockland produced a video to detail their various programs within Rockland county. This particular clip shows the impact that the Rockland County Re-Entry support Program has made in one participant’s life.

A Personal Story of Success

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