Bristol Bay Reentry Program

Our Vision

“Returning citizens are successfully integrated into the communities of Bristol Bay.”

“Together our goal is to help you, help yourself.”

Our Mission

“To assure that Bristol Bay residents can be returned to a safe home upon release from jail and receive the required, culturally-sound, collaborative, regionally accessible wrap-around services for success and to make sure the family, victim, and community are safe.”

What does the Bristol Bay Reentry Program offer?

The program offers Case Management, Supportive Services, and referrals to those citizens returning to the Bristol Bay Region from a correctional facilities.

“Support when and where you need it.”

Who are your key partners?

The Bristol Bay Native Association Bristol Bay Reentry program collaborates with the State of Alaska Department of Corrections (DOC), regional service providers, and successful reentrants through the Bristol Bay Regional Reentry Task Force to provide support and reduce recidivism by focusing on: Housing; Employment/Training/Education; Treatment; Community and Cultural Connectedness.
Click here for if you would like to be on the Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force or want more information.

Who is eligible?

  • Individuals who have served over 30 days and are within 90 days of release; or have been released within the past 6 months
  • Medium to High-Risk Felony Offenders
  • High-Risk Misdemeanants

What are our expectations?

Full participation from the Reentrant is essential.
Working together with the Case Manager, and regional partner agencies to strive for self-sufficiency, to achieve successful and lasting reentry into the community.
This is a volunteer program.

What is the process?

Program duration is limited to 3 months pre-release and 6 months post-release.

Transition Plan 1: Referral from DOC

Case Manager works with the Reentrant on transitional support needs while incarcerated.

Transition Plan 2: Pre-Release

Case Manager works with Reentrant to secure services and providers needed for post-release.

Transition Plan 3: Post-Release

Case Manager works with Reentrant on self-sufficiency needs.

Transition Plan 4: After Care

Case Manager works with Reentrant to create a plan for independently maintaining self-sufficiency.

Bristol Bay Reentry Program resource links. Bristol Bay Reentry Program brochure

For further information, please feel free to contact the Tribal Justice Programs Manager or the Bristol Bay Reentry Program Case Worker by phone or fax. Our contact information is below.

Bristol Bay Native Association
BRISTOL BAY REENTRY PROGRAM
P.O. Box 310
1500 Kanakanak Road Dillingham, Alaska 99576
Phone: 1-(907)-842-5257
Toll Free: 1-(800)-478-5257
Fax: 1-(907)-842-5862
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