Health Services Center-Main Office, 608 Martin Luther King Dr., Hobson City, AL 36201

Health Services Center-Main Office, 608 Martin Luther King Dr., Hobson City, AL 36201


1.Corrections and Offender Re-Entry (CORE)The Corrections and Offender Re-Entry (CORE) Program is an outpatient substance abuse treatment program for adults ages 19 and up who are recently released into the community from the Criminal Justice System. The CORE program is located at Lyric Square on Noble Street in Anniston, Alabama. Kelly Turner, Project Coordinator.

(256) 832-0100,

Health Services Center-Main Office, 608 Martin Luther King Dr., Hobson City, AL 36201

2.Project HOPEThe Dannon Project will support the DOJ project, Project HOPE to conduct research for identifying resources to create or establish a resource directory and electronic tools for ex-offenders returning to 31 counties in the Northern District of Alabama. Kerri Pruitt, Executive Director.

(205) 202-4072,

The Dannon Project, 2324 5th St., N., Birmingham, AL 35203

3.The Ordinary Peoples SocietyT.O.P.S. is an innovative, faith-based community program founded in 1999. TOPS offers hope and creates an environment that provides a continuum of unconditional acceptance and care to individuals and their families who suffer the effects of drug addiction, mass-incarceration, homelessness, poverty, unemployment, hunger and illness-without regard to race, sex, creed, color, religion or social status. Evangelist Kenneth Glasgow, Founder & Pastor.

(334) 671-2882,

The Ordinary People Society (TOPS), 403 West Powell St., Dothan, AL 36303

4.IRMHC Adult Mental Health ServicesThe focus of all programs offered by Indian Rivers is on recovery and resiliency. At Indian Rivers, we work to help each person define and achieve their best outcome. Karen Jones, Clinical Director.

(205) 391-3131,

Indian Rivers Mental Health Center, 2209 9th St., Tuscaloosa, AL 35403

5.The Lighthouse for Recovery MinistriesThe Lighthouse for Recovery Ministries- Birmingham, AL. Resource Management for Social Service Organizations and Transitional Resettlement Services for Prison Re-entry. Pamela D. Wray, Founder & Executive Director.

(205) 834-6272,

The Lighthouse for Recovery Ministries, 140 58th St., N., Birmingham, AL 35212

6.Aid to Inmate Mothers (AIM)Aid to Inmate Mothers is an Alabama nonprofit organization serving a critical role in helping families of women in prison. Carol Potok, Executive Director.

(334) 262-2245,

AIM, P.O. Box 986, Montgomery, AL 36101

7.Department of Labor Prison Reentry Initiative (DOL PRI)The Dannon Project's largest reentry program is the Department of Labor Prison Reentry Initiative. This program was awarded funding originally in 2009 in partnership with the Department of Labor/Employment Training Administration (DOLETA) to provide


mentoring, job training, education and case management services to non-violent previously incarcerated persons reintegrating back to the Jefferson County area. The project provides re-entry services and career readiness training services to participants meeting the criteria for the DOLETA RExO (Reintegration of Ex-Offenders) funding priority. Vanessa Brown, Senior Case Manager/Program Coordinator.

(205) 202-4072,

The Dannon Project, 2324 5th St., N., Birmingham, AL 35203

8.Alabama Industrial Development Training (AIDT):Alabama Work Release and Prison Reentry:Alabama Ready to Work Training (RTW) ProgramEx-offenders and work release individuals are highly encouraged to participate in the Alabama Ready to Work Training Program, where they can receive their Career Readiness Credential and Alabama Certified Worker Certificate. Rod Jones, Coordinator.

(205) 719-3221,

Alabama Workforce Training Center (AWTC), 3500 6th Ave., S., Birmingham, AL 35222

9.The Foundry Ministries: Men's Recovery ProgramThe Foundry Ministries exists to restore hope and rebuild the lives of the addict, the ex-inmate and the destitute through Christ-centered Recovery, Re-Entry and Rescue. Brandon Lackey, Chief Program Officer.

(205) 428-8449,

The Foundry Men’s Center, 1816 6th Ave., N., Bessemer, AL 35020

10.Project ReconnectAid to Inmate Mothers created an aftercare program, Project Reconnect, to prepare the women for release and help them successfully transition back into the community. Donna Owens Collins, Reentry Coordinator.

(334) 262-2245,

Aid to Inmate Mothers (AIM), P. O. Box 986, Montgomery, AL 36101

11.Cross 'n' the HoodCross 'n' the Hood encompasses LOV's re-entry assistance program, job training program, and gang intervention program. The re-entry program serves those recently released from incarceration by assessing job skills, offering GED classes, and obtaining identification cards, food handler certifications, and other basic qualifications for entry-level employment. John Eads, Co-Founder & Executive Director.

(251) 680-4613,

Light of the Village Ministry, P.O. Box 1641, Bay Minette, AL 36507

12.Shepherd’s Fold, Inc.Shepherd's Fold, Inc. is a residential life transformation center for men and women being released from prison. The Shepherd's Fold mission is to provide homes where men and women re-entering society after prison are equipped for genuine life transformation. Green Calhoun, Executive Director.

(205) 780-6211,

Shepherd's Fold, Inc., P.O. Box 2084, Birmingham, AL 35203

13.The Salvation Army - Gadsden, AlabamaMajor Glen Riggs, Pastor & Religious Director.


256) 546-4673,

The Salvation Army - Gadsden, 114 N. 11th St., Gadsden, AL 35901

14.The Salvation Army – Anniston, AlabamaThe Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Major Eric Roberts, Religious Leader.

(256) 236-5643,

The Salvation Army – Anniston, 15 W. 4th St., P.O. Box 218, Anniston, AL 36202

15.The Fountain HouseThe Fountain House is a beautiful, historic home in Montgomery, AL that provides a safe, friendly place for women to live as they enter society after being released from prison. Fay Pitts, Manager.

(334) 593-5925,

The Fountain House, 116 N. McDonough St., Montgomery, AL 36104

16.A Day of New BeginningsA six month transitional housing program for homeless women who have been incarcerated. Deborah Hood, Principal.

(256) 399-6908,

A Day of New Beginnings, Inc., 114-B Brown Ave., Rainbow City, AL 35906

17.Winning Solutions Ex-Offender Support GroupWINNERS Inc is a transitional living facility for women in recovery or female ex-offenders. Our goal is to help those who desire our help, to become motivated, thriving, persons within the their homes and communities once again. Lisa Brown, Executive Director.

(251) 824-1585,

WINNERS Inc-Women In Need Of Nurturing Education and Recovery Services, 8800 Three Mile Rd., Irvington, AL 36544

18.United Prison Ministries International: Ex-Offender Program

(205) 755-4744,

United Prison Ministries International, P.O. Box 8, Verbena, AL 36091