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The Virginia Community Re-Entry Initiative (VCRI) is a community-based re-entry approach that is voluntarily implemented by a number of Virginia localities. Like other resources in this manual, these organizations are committed to helping you successfully reenter community life. Participating localities established a local re-entry council that coordinates local resources to reduce recidivism, maximize opportunities for former offenders to successfully return to the community and to support family and community reintegration. The re-entry council can serve as referral points for your pre-release planning. State probation and parole districts can provide positive supports to help you transition to the community. Many state probation and parole districts have a re-entry senior probation and parole officer that serves as a key member of the re-entry councils. For additional information about re-entry councils, contact a state probation and parole district office in your area.


District 1: Serving the City of Richmond 829 Oliver Hill Way/Richmond, VA 23219 804-786-0251 District 2: Serving the City of Norfolk 861 Monticello Avenue/Norfolk, VA 23510 757-683-8417

District 3: Serving the City of Portsmouth 601 Port Centre Parkway, Suite 200/Portsmouth, VA 23704 757-396-6845 District 4: Serving the Accomack, Northampton, and the Eastern Shore 23328 Front Street/P.O.Box 27/Accomack, VA 23301 757-787-5890

District 5: Counties of Gloucester, King & Queen, Mathews, Middlesex and the Town of West Point 6270 Professional Drive/Gloucester, VA 23061 804-695-1693 District 6: Serving the County of Isle of Wight, City of Suffolk and the Town of Smithfield 425 West Washington Street, Suite 5/Suffolk, VA 23434 757-925-2278


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