In 2008, California State University,
and community leaders recognized and appreciated that by working together, we
could improve community support and encourage people reentering communities
from jails and prison. This effort led to the creation of Partners for Formerly Incarcerated People, a group of people with the goal of helping people transition back from the criminal justice system to the community.
We wanted to provide people with guidance on how
to access and receive the services they needed. We decided the best way to do
this was to create a guide that included comprehensive and accurate information
for the reentry community within the Butte and Glenn Counties. This directory was created for people who wish to reenter society and become productive
members of that society.
Below, we have broken the directory into corresponding sections.
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Parole & Probation
Information on parole conditions, special conditions of probation, and victim service. Identification & Benefits
Birth certificate, social security card, social security benefits, California State driver's license, California State identification card, and voting rights. Legal
Child support, criminal record expungement services, legal aid, and self-help assistance. Housing
Housing Authority, apartments, clean and sober living environments, treatment programs, and shelters. Education
Information & Services
Community resources for homeless, Veterans, faith-based organizations, substance abuse & crisis lines, and medical services. 12-Step Meetings
AA (English + Spanish), NA (English + Spanish), and Alanon.