The Stamford Reentry Resource Guide provides information about specific resources, services and programs available in the Stamford area for individuals who are reentering Stamford after having been incarcerated. The guide includes information about: 1) identification; 2) basic needs including utilities, housing, food, clothing and transportation; and 3) additional services including, education, employment, family support, behavioral health and legal services.
Reentry Resource Guide Sections
This guide was developed by Social Venture Partners, CT in partnership with DOMUS.
It is maintained with the ongoing support of the Matthew Kosbob Memorial Fund.
Special thanks to Project Fresh Start and the Warren Kimbo Reentry Project.
For questions, additions or changes please use our Contact Us form.
Also available as a PDF.
Helping Hands: A Resource Guide for Families with Loved Ones in Prison
Compiled by the Judy Dworin Performance Project, this guide provides an overview of services throughout Connecticut for children, families, caregivers, and those formerly incarcerated as well as services specific to six different cities throughout CT.
Roadmap to Reentry: A Connecticut Legal Guide
Our Roadmap to Reentry Legal Guide is an essential resource for navigating the legal impact of a criminal record on getting ID, housing, public benefits, and family issues. This is a new statewide first-of-its-kind legal guide that empowers Connecticut residents to navigate reentry.
This reentry guide is an in-depth yet simple to read legal resource. It answers questions like:
- Where can I live after release?
- What help can I get with my medical, financial and food needs? Can I apply for that support while I am still incarcerated?
- How do I get the Identification Documents I need?
- How can I adjust my child support obligation?
- How do I reconnect with my children after I leave prison?