Goodwill-Suncoast’s work-release programs are designed to help ease the transition of offenders back into the community.
St. Petersburg Suncoast Residential Re-entry Center
This program serves female offenders transitioning from Florida correctional facilities, assisting them with their re-entry into society.
Participants live at the Goodwill corrections facility in St. Petersburg for three to nine months while working at least 35 hours per week. Participants receive assistance finding employment and attend counseling sessions and life skills classes.
Women come to this program from facilities all over Florida. For more information, call (727) 563-9735.
Funded by the Florida Department of Corrections.
Hillsborough County Residential Re-entry Center
The Hillsborough County Residential Re-entry Center is a residential work release program for offenders who are finishing their sentences in the federal prison system and/or are referred as a sanction for violation of their federal probation. The program’s goal is to reintegrate offenders into the community.
Participants live at the Goodwill corrections facility in Tampa while working in the community. The program is three to six months. During their stay, clients receive assistance finding and retaining employment and attend counseling sessions and life skills classes.
This program is located at Goodwill’s Hillsborough County Residential Re-Entry Center in Tampa. For more information, call (813) 877-2257.
Funded by the Federal Bureau of Prisons.