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Welcome to Reentry Roads

End the Cycle

​Our goal is "family reunification" by placing focus on the needs of the children that have experienced a loss of a parent due to incarceration. 

To give the incarcerated or returning parent tools to assist in building confidence, restoring credibility with their children and hope for a better future by becoming involved and assisting in their educational needs. 

Through the partnership with Workbay and our data driven content, we are actively building a program that will carve out the road to our goal while reducing recidivism and reducing the potential for justice involved children of incarcerated parents.

 

What We Offer

We are currently developing a comprehensive, data driven on-line or off-line curriculum through our Partner at Workbay for returning absent or incarcerated parents to engage in their child's education even though they may not be home. The curriculum is designed to continue on when the parent is reunited with their child.

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The Children

Improve participation in school and strengthen the parental bond

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The Parent

Participating in your child's education

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The Teacher

The team effort

 
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Who We Are

Passionate. Experienced. Thoughtful.

As a dedicated Personal Services, Reentry Roads is devoted to the children that have suffered the trauma of losing a parent by opening up avenues to reunification. With our partner Workbay we are developing a program that will coach the incarcerated parent on maintaining the relationship, becoming involved in their child's education and improving the future for their children as well as their selves.

 

Imagine

An incarcerated individual in his/her cell, on their tier, all they have is time-what if they could use the tablet most already possess, they go into the Workbay app, complete a lesson, then on to a math game, science project or a spelling contest that they are completing with their child on the other end. What if they could attend a parent teacher conference while incarcerated? Yes, it's possible, that is what we are building and much more.

 

All the child really needs is time

Candice Smith 
4th grade Camas County teacher that also experience an absent parent during her school years