Re-Entry Programs

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1. The Fortune Society
Phone Number: 212-691-7554
Email: JJUDD@FORTUNESOCIETY.ORG– Mr. Judd, supervisor of Admissions
Description: Intakes are done virtually due to Covid but they are still operating and providing services. The Fortune Society’s intake process is inclusive and will provide everything an individual will need to fulfill their parole conditions, therapy sessions, job/vocational training, substance abuse treatment, anger management, and job development for employment once ready to work. The Fortune Society’s program is an all-in-one inclusive intake that will provide everything an individual will need to fulfill their parole conditions, therapy sessions, and job/vocational training.
Contact: The supervisor of intake is Mr. J Judd who can be emailed if desired to set up an intake or a call to the general number is also an option.

2. The Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office -Re-entry Bureau
Phone Number: Call: 718-250-3281 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm.)
Fax: 718-488-6692 (Please include a cover page)
Address: 350 Jay Street, 10th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201-2908
Visit (9:00 am to 5:00 pm – Appointments preferred but not required)

3. The Osborne Association – Elder Reentry Initiative
Program manager: Laura Roan
Phone: 845-345-9845
NYC Hotline: 1-833-OSB-FREE (1-833-672-3733)

Osborne programs have adjusted significantly to address the needs of our participants during the COVID-19 pandemic. All prison-based group services, family centers, and hospitality centers are closed. We currently offer very limited individual services for people 50+, people with COVID-19 health risks, & current FamilyWorks participants.

  • NYC Reentry Hotline is open Everyday 8am – 8pm. Callers can receive referral information for any reentry needs, such as medical services, mental health services, housing, entitlements, and COVID-specific concerns. Osborne provides full reentry services, including pre-release discharge planning, reentry case management, direct virtual group, and individual services.

Court Advocacy Services: Osborne accepts referrals for our complete set of services, including bail advocacy, mitigation reports, pretrial release, ATI services, and assisting attorneys with virtual court appearances. Attorneys can send referrals by email to Andrea Goupalsingh ( or fax 347-498-2506).

Support for Families Impacted by Incarceration: Osborne provides virtual healthy relationships workshops and support groups for caregivers and adults who have a loved one incarcerated. They provide virtual reentry services and case management for women returning from prison. Osborne also provides virtual youth development workshops, recreation, and peer support for children of incarcerated parents. These services are available in NYC and Buffalo. To make a referral contact, Ivan Lucas (, 929-514-0024).

Immigration Services: Caribbean Women’s Health Association, Inc.,
3512 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203 Contact: Natalie Lowe Burge, Esq. (718) 826-2942 ext 209. Email:

Central American Legal Assistance: Immigration Attorney
240 Hooper Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 486-6800

Immigrant Hope-Brooklyn
6501 6th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY (718) 745-7702

Catholic Migration Services
191 Joralemon Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 236-3000