REAP Community ReEntry Information and Referral Service
Men and Women re-entering our community from years of incarceration are all starting fresh and must be equipped with the basic resources to survive and compete. Such basic resources begin with: a government issued identification card, dependable housing, dependable food, dependable medical/mental health care, dependable transportation, healthy relationships, greater education, training and continuing cognitive behavior therapy. REAP staff and volunteers will provide a telephone assessment and referral service which will quickly link the unmet needs of our re-entering clients with available local community resources.
Access to Service
Service provided at 2615 West DeSoto Street, 32505 (Take ECAT route 2 or route 44)
Phone number: 850-332-6677
On-line: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of operation
Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM till 5:00 PM (please call for an appointment)
- At the present time, we cannot provide housing assistance for women
REAP is located in the west wing of Richards Memorial United methodist Church, on U street between Strong & Desoto; 1&1/2 blocks north of Cervantes St.
Services provided Re-entering Clients - Getting Started (Basic needs)
Client Short and Long Term Housing
Client Eligibility and Benefits
Client Employment and Job Training
Client Referrals to Educational Classes
Client Support Meetings and Training
2615 West Desoto St.
Pensacola, FL 32505
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