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The mission of Women's Re-Entry Network is  to enhance the quality of life for women involved in the criminal justice system, their families and the community by helping participants to re-enter society in such a way as to enhance self-sufficiency and access to resources, increase positive social supports and family ties, overcome barriers to goal achievement, and reduce the risk of recidivism.

 

Women's Re-Entry Network provides a holistic network of mental health, education, employment, family and supportive services in a safe and welcoming environment. It is a place where women can begin the process of rebuilding their lives, reconnecting with family and reclaiming their place as productive members of the community.

 

Women work individually with a case manager to identify areas of need, set goals and develop a case plan. Continual contact with a case manager helps clients to maintain records of their personal progress and to access necessary services. Based on the client’s case plan, she may participate in any of the following services:

  • Individual counseling.
  • Diagnostic Assessment.
  • Intensive, one-on-one case management sessions.
  • Anger management classes.
  • Parenting classes.
  • Peer support group.
  • Temporary transportation assistance.
  • Resource linkages.
  • Clothing and hygiene supplies.
  • Employment readiness coaching (resume writing, preparing for an interview)


For an appointment, please contact 216-696-7535.

For information on affordable housing visit: www.housingcleveland.org

Mary Kozina, LISW, Director of Women’s Re-Entry Network may be reached at 216-696-7535 extension 203 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

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