The new Harry Jeannette Weinberg Foundation Community Re-entry Resource Center opened in East Baltimore last week to help individuals transition from incarceration to living in Baltimore City Communities.
The 5,000 square foot center will house a variety of stakeholders that will help create an all inclusive hub for ex-offender services.
From WMAR Baltimore:
The center will be run and staffed by VOA members, focusing on people that have left incarceration and are returning to high-poverty communities in Baltimore City. Former offenders can find services like case management, employment readiness assessment, psychological assessment, substance abuse groups, weekly curriculum based classes on financial literacy, education literacy, anger management, communication skills and other soft skills, and three-month certified training programs.
For more information read WMAR Baltimore.