A Leader in Reentry, Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Providing Reentry Programs that Enhance Public Safety and
Reduce Recidivism for Over 35 Years
Kintock provides quality reentry programs that assist individuals transitioning from the criminal justice system in making and sustaining transformative life changes.
We offer a wide range of accredited programs and reentry services that encourage self-sufficiency, promote responsible behavior, and prepare program participants to enter the community as productive members of society.
All of Kintock’s programs are founded upon evidence-based practices with an emphasis on risk/needs assessment, cognitive behavioral interventions, and motivational strategies to target criminogenic factors.
Kintock provides a comprehensive continuum of reentry services to support former offenders at each stage of their transition back into the community. Our residential and non-residential programs offer the following services:
Risk and Needs Assessments
Individualized Treatment Plans
Employment Education and Job Placement
Licensed Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Treatment
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing
Adult Basic Education and GED Preparation
Life Skills Education
Linkages with Social Services Agencies
Kintock and Former Bridgeton Resident Featured in SJ Magazine
"Community-based reentry programs – including the Bridgeton halfway house where Jimenez served out the remainder of his term – have been credited with helping inmates move on to productive lives. New Jersey has been singled out for significantly reducing its rate of ex-offenders who end up back in correctional facilities," stated a recent article published in SJMAG.
Kintock works with federal and state government agencies to provide cost-effective alternatives to incarceration and reentry services for individuals transitioning from the criminal justice system to the community. Our partners include:
Who We Serve
Kintock’s programs serve individuals nearing the end of their incarceration, as well as individuals who are assigned to a reentry program as a condition of their probation or parole.
This article originally appeared on NJTV News, April 22, 2019. OriginalLink: https://www.njtvonline.org/news/video/decline-in-recidivism-rate-attributed-in-part-to-residential-treatment-programs/