Transitions can be hard. We’re here to help.

The Geauga County Reentry Program is a collaborative effort between Family Pride and The Geauga County Safety Center to help individuals transition and remain in the community. The Reentry program strives to assist people with their needs as they are transitioning back into the community after incarceration. The Transitional Care Coordinator works with program participants to develop goals and assist with the overall coordination of their services, including, but not limited to:

  • Onsite services
  • Case management
  • Employment resources
  • Education resources
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Peer support
  • Financial education
  • Life skills
  • Parent education
  • Collaboration with other local community partners
  • Coaching and guidance

Following release, the Transition Care Coordinator remains involved with the program participants for up to 6 months. This will help individuals meet their needs as they transition back into the community.

Geauga County Citizen Circle 

Geauga Citizen Circle is a group of local professionals and community residents that host a monthly meeting to support previously incarcerated community members by assisting them in areas such as: Employment; Education; Housing; Food; Medical Care/Mental Health; Substance Abuse; Family/Marital Issues.

Meetings occur the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 12:00-2:00pm. Meetings are open to any previously incarcerated individual and their family members residing in Geauga County. To schedule an appointment, or for additional questions, please talk to the Transitional Care Coordinator. 

Partners include: 

  • Ohio Means Jobs
  • Torchlight
  • Geauga County Board of Developmental Disabilitie​s
  • Catholic Charities
  • United Way 
  • Ohio Guidestone

For more information, contact our TRANSITION CARE COORDINATOR
TRANSITION CARE COORDINATOR
TIFFANY MCNAMARA, LSW
(440)279-1339
tmcnamara@familypRideonline.org
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This program is made possible by a generous grant from The Cleveland Foundation and SAMSHA’S State Opiate Response Fund.