Returning can be stressful, but there are resources to make the transition smoother. This page the home for the Cochise County Reentry Coalition. If you or a loved one is returning to our community and need immediate assistance you can contact us at email@example.com. Click any of the links below for more information about these topics.
Transportation is essential in a rural county like ours. There is, though, some help available and the links on this page are a good start.
Housing is a pressing need for returning ex-offenders. This page provides resource links for the various communities in Cochise County.
Many communities and churches operate food banks and other resources. This page provides information about those resources.
Finding a job will be difficult, and there are not a lot of resources to help, but those in this document may help.
Returning citizens have many legal needs and the offices listed in this document can help.
Returning citizens need assistance with identity cards or birth certificates and the offices listed in this document can help.
Thrift stores offer a wide assortment of items, including clothing and furniture, at a low cost.
This document lists a few options for health care, including insurance and hospitals.
Substance Abuse Meetings
Substance abuse self-help groups, like Alcoholics Anonymous, meet in many locations in Cochise County. Additionally, these groups offer online meetings. This document includes links to those types of activities.
Substance Abuse Treatment
Several mental health organizations in Cochise County offer substance abuse treatment and this document lists those organizations.