As of June 15, the Local Reentry Council office will be open staff for only. We expect to start taking walk-in clients on THURSDAYS only
, starting on June 18. We will be operating under the following restrictions:
- No more than 2 clients in the office at any time
- Appointments strongly encouraged – call 910.332.1132 to schedule
- Clients and staff must agree to a non-touch temperature check, and the temperature must be normal in order to enter the building
- Clients and staff must wear a mask, which will be provided by the LRC Team
- Clients and staff must adhere to social distancing protocols
The LRC staff continues to be available to assist reentering citizens by phone and email. For help, please call 910.332.1132 and ask for an LRC case manager.
A Local Reentry Council (LRC) consists of an organized network of individuals and agencies from different disciplines and backgrounds that have a role or significant interest in providing supervision and coordination of innovative responses to the reintegration of offenders/formerly incarcerated individuals at the local level and to use existing program services. The purpose of the Local Reentry Council is to help bring together all stakeholders who could offer assistance to returning citizens.
The primary role of the Local Reentry Council coordinator is to be the “point of contact” in the local reentry council process. This includes serving as lead case manager in providing comprehensive case management services to returning citizens, coordinating the community’s input in the implementation of the North Carolina Reentry Council Comprehensive Plan, providing outreach to and education on the importance of reentry to the public, and recruiting and collaborating with service providers and criminal justice professionals.