U.S. Department of Justice

National Directory of Programs for Women with Criminal Justice Involvement

Programs Available in new york

Programs in new york
Women with criminal justice involvement who are interested in gaining advocacy and leadership development skills.
Location: Women’s Prison Association in New York, New York
Homeless women with criminal justice involvement who are trying to reunify with their children.
Location: Women’s Prison Association in New York, New York
Women who are at risk of losing custody of their children, as identified by the Administration for Children’s Services.
Location: Women’s Prison Association in Brooklyn, New York
Women recently returning home from prison, jail, or an alternative to incarceration program.
The coalition is open to everyone and is committed to working for and with currently and formerly incarcerated women, regardless of race, ethnicity, faith, disability, gender identity, age, immigration status, or sexual orientation.
Women who are, have been or are at risk of being incarcerated.
Location: Step by Step in Rochester, New York
Women who are, have been, or are at risk of being incarcerated.
Location: Step by Step in Rochester, New York
Women who are incarcerated in the Riverhead and East Meadow Correctional facilities, women who have been formerly incarcerated, women with children, women with substance abuse issues.
Location: Safe Harbor Mentoring Program in Copiague, New York
Women who have been formerly incarcerated, women referred to an alternative to incarceration, women with substance abuse issues, women on probation, women on parole.
Location: Project Greenhope: Services for Women in New York, New York
Women who have no history of criminal justice involvement, women with children, formerly incarcerated women with children
Location: Project Greenhope: Services for Women in New York, New York
Women who have been previously incarcerated, women on parole, women with substance abuse issues.
Location: Project Greenhope: Services for Women in New York, New York
Women referred to an alternative to incarceration, women with substance abuse issues, women on parole.
Location: Project Greenhope: Services for Women in New York, New York
Women on parole, women referred to an alternative to incarceration, women with substance abuse issues.
Location: Project Greenhope: Services for Women in New York, New York
Women who have been formerly incarcerated, women referred to an alternative to incarceration, women with substance abuse issues, women on probation, women on parole.
Location: Project Greenhope: Services for Women in New York, New York
Women with children that have been or currently are incarcerated, children with incarcerated parents.
Location: The Osborne Association in Brooklyn, New York
Legal help for pregnant and parenting women
Location: National Advocates for Pregnant Women in New York, New York
Pregnant women with substance abuse issues.
Location: National Advocates for Pregnant Women in New York, New York
General Public
Location: National Advocates for Pregnant Women in New York, New York
By referral only; referrals through different agencies with formerly incarcerated women in job programs. Bayview Correctional Facility also refers women to the program.
Location: Bottomless Closet in New York, New York
Women who have been formerly incarcerated, women who are on parole, women on probation, women who are participating in an alternative to incarceration program, women with limited criminal justice involvement.
Location: College Initiative in Long Island City, New York
Women with a history of domestic violence who have a criminal case pending as a result of being a domestic violence survivor.
Location: Edward Gould Services for Children and Families in New York, New York
Women for East Harlem and Roosevelt Island, families in all 5 boroughs dealing with incarceration issues, women with children.
Location: Edward Gould Services for Children and Families in New York, New York
Assisting formerly incarcerated women returning home from jail and or prison.
Location: Exodus Transitional Community in New York, New York
Women with criminal justice involvement.
Incarcerated women (voluntary).
Location: Taconic Correctional Facility in Bedford Hills, New York
Women with substance abuse issues, women who have experienced trauma.
Location: Albion Correctional Facility in Albion, New York
Women with children.
Location: Albion Correctional Facility in Albion, New York
Women with a history of criminal justice involvement.
Location: Women’s Prison Association in Brooklyn, New York
CCF serves formerly incarcerated women from the NYC area, especially lower income minority women who are under-represented in higher education. The population served by CCF is approximately 65% African American, 25% Hispanic, and 10% Caucasian. Almost all of the Fellows have come from low-income neighborhoods. CCF's work aims to help these individuals succeed academically so they can become role models in the communities to which they return after prison.
Location: College and Community Fellowship in New York, New York



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