Offender Housing halfway house is an Orlando-based cooperative which mediates resources for offender’s who are wholly committed to successfully reintegrating into local communities throughout Florida. Through collaborative partnership agreements, the company is able to provide transition housing, low income housing, vocational training, medical care and other services to meet client specific goals in an effort to promote and reinforce rehabilitative objectives. Through lifelong, individual encouragement, accountability and proactive support, former criminal offenders are mentored to overcome all the challenges of building a new life; breaking, permanently, the cycle of recidivism and contributing to the communities they once transgressed.
Our short application is available at no-cost. We suggest completing the online version. Alternatively, check out the PDF download to submit via email. Upon request, postage-paid application packets are available for direct mail to your love one. See our Application page for more info.
Next, we make contact with the prison, .
Background info is gathered at this stage. Cooperation is initiated with other agencies providing services. Conditions and restrictions of release are addressed and relayed to the release officer for compliance and approval
That's it! Our office will stay in close contact with the prison and prepare for release day. The day following is usually jam-packed with appointments and check-ins, but no worries: We help with that too!
The challenges that face transitioning offenders can seem insurmountable to many. Housing is an essential component of basic rehabilitative goals. Resident peers mentor one another about the keys to success and the pitfalls of failure. Most clients enjoy the treatment they receive from our partner agencies. By collaborative effort Offender Housing Management LLC is able to assist our clients in meeting all of their treatment goals.
To prevent delay in application processing, please completely answer each question. Once application is received by a team member, our office will be communicating with the contact person listed below with progress updates as we prepare for the offender's transition.
"My housing restrictions limited where I could live and as my release date got closer with no where to go, I started to panic. My wife called Offender Housing and they were able to find an approved residence, picked me up from DOC and now my life is back on track!"
We are dedicated to improving the lives of those in our community. Your contribution today helps us make a difference. Thank you for the contribution. Be Blessed