Virginia Reentry Programs

Department of Justice Services, City of Richmond 

Adult Pretrial, Local Probation, and Reentry Services 

Primary Address: 501 N. Ninth Street, Suite 1 Richmond, VA 23219

General Phone: 804-646-8955

Organization Email: askdjs@RichmondGov.com

Website: www.richmondgov.com/JusticeServices


Description: 

Adult Services has implemented a system of services that include measurable improvements in coordination, interagency communication, and enhanced capacity of existing services to better address the needs of offenders while incarcerated and reentering the community. This comprehensive level of services is designed to improve their employability, family life, health, lawfulness, and help them to become productive and contributing citizens..



Jefferson Area Community Corrections - 

Offender Aid & Restoration 

Primary Address: 750 Harris Street, Suite #20 Charlottesville, VA 22903

General Phone (Charlottesville, VA): 434-296-2441

General Phone (Orange, VA): 540-672-2881

Website: www.oar-jacc.org


Description: 

OAR-Jefferson Area Community Corrections is dedicated to providing safe, evidence-based and cost-effective alternatives to incarceration for Central Virginia. They provide pretrial investigation/supervision, community correction, specialty Courts and dockets, and reentry services. 



Offender Aid and Restoration of Richmond  

Primary Address: 311 West Clay Street, Richmond, VA 23219

General Phone:804-643-2746

Email: info@oarric.org

Website: www.oarric.org


Description: 

OAR-Richmond provides individuals and families affected by incarceration with transition services that support safe and successful reintegration into the community.

Piedmont House, Inc.

Primary Address: 1800 Monticello Avenue Charlottesville, VA 22902

General Phone: 434-971-3835

Website: www.piedmonthouse.org/index.html


Description: 

The Piedmont House is a halfway house for nonviolent male felons providing shelter, haven, food, other support services and commonsense counseling in a ninety-day program with an emphasis on finding and maintaining employment.

Prison inmates seeking admission to Piedmont House must work through their prison counselors to begin the admission process. Prison counselors will be asked to provide a number of documents to Piedmont House to allow an informed decision as to the suitability of an applicant. Inmates using Piedmont House as part of their home plan must agree in writing to a full ninety-day stay. 


Region Ten

Primary Address: 500 Old Lynchburg Road Charlottesville, VA 522903

Secondary Address: 800 Preston Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22903

General Phone:434-972-1800

Organization E-mail: jesicca.phipps@regionten.org 

Website: www.regionten.org


Description: 

Region Ten provides mental health, intellectual disability, crisis and substance use services for adults and children living in the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Greene, Fluvanna, Louisa and Nelson.  


Virginia Cares: The Commonwealth's 

Statewide Reentry Solution

Primary Address: 108 Henry Street NW Third Floor, Roanoke, VA 24016

General Phone:540-342-9344

Email: abailey@vacares.org

Web Site: www.vacares.org


Description:  

VA Cares strives to provide their participants with a complete program that assists them with all of their reentry needs. Their program offers support and educational opportunities for all participants.