The Northwest Regional Re-entry Center (NWRRC) helps offenders make a safe and successful transition from prison to their communities. Working together with the Bureau of Prisons, United States Probation and Pretrial Services, and other community agencies, we serve up to 125 men and women in a transitional supervised environment. While in our program, these individuals are working to gain suitable employment, secure housing, and reunite with family.
Securing employment, an appropriate residence, and adequate mentoring support is essential to reducing recidivism and strengthening our communities.
This mural was painted by a former resident to represent the choices and opportunities open to all those in our program.