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September 14, 2021

‘Reentry Councils’ and Resources After Incarceration

Point Pleasant Register – The West Virginia Reentry Councils organization is now hosting meetings for the Mason County area to help support those coming out of incarceration and help them rejoin the community. Read the full article.

West Virginia Reentry Councils is a group established by the West Virginia Council of Churches with the goal of gathering resources and the community to help support those coming out of incarceration to become productive society members again and to help them avoid returning to jail and/or prison.

Jeremiah Nelson, Reentry Council Coordinator and Reentry Assistant West Virginia Council of Churches, said there are several levels of reentering society after being incarcerated.

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