Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force

Our Vision

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

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 is the Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force?

The Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force is comprised of regional service providers, State of Alaska Department of Correction (DOC and successful reentrants. The Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force welcome input about how we can help returning citizens in our region and if you would like to share your success story or be on the Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force please contact us.

Our current efforts

The Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force has just recently completed a Comprehensive Reentry Plan. Please click here to download a copy of the plan. Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force hold bi-annual meetings. Meetings are held at 9am at BBNA’s main office boardroom.

Current meeting schedule:

  • April 2, 2020

For further information, please feel free to contact the Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force Coordinator 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

Funding

BBNA received the State of Alaska Department Health and Social Services Division of Behavioral Health -Recidivism Reduction grant and the United States Department of Justice Coordinated Tribal Assistance grant to develop the Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force and Bristol Bay Reentry program.
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