Re-Entry Services

Background Information

Re-entry into the community and reintegration into the family are risky times for offenders and their families. Nationally, approximately 65% of those leaving the correctional system re-offend. Criminal offenders are often marginalized upon release from incarceration, and this marginalization creates obstacles to successfully integrating back into the community.

Getting Started

 View the documents below that ex-offenders can complete as they consider what types of resources they will need as they re-enter the community.

Re-Entry Resources

Below are community resources available in Loudoun that can help ex-offenders address the challenges they face after returning to the community following incarceration. Click on a topic for more information.

Other Support Resources

  • Loudoun County Department of Family Services: Emergency Support Services offers emergency and supportive assistance to Loudoun County residents. Social workers in this program aid with:
    • Access to medical and dental visits
    • Food
    • Housing and rent
    • Prescriptions
    • Utility assistance
    • Other needs
      • Phone: 703-777-0420
  • Loudoun Cares provides information and referral to callers through its helpline. Connects callers to appropriate resources and service providers, including government, nonprofit and faith-based entities.
    • Phone: 703-669-4636
  • Virginia 211 is a free service through the Virginia Department of Social Services and its partners, which connects those in need with the appropriate resources.
    • Phone: Call 2-1-1 or 800-230-6977. For the hearing impaired, dial 7-1-1 for Virginia Relay then 800-230-6977