In addition to our advocacy efforts, Parole Project operates a residential reentry program that provides safe housing to clients while they work to rebuild their lives and reintegrate into the community. We own and operate seven transitional houses and four post-transition condos, and provide our clients with a comprehensive reentry experience.
LPP Reentry Program Modules
Parole Project employs a multidisciplinary approach to reorientation and reentry that gradually integrates our clients into their communities as talented and experienced citizens.
Resume writing, job seeking skills, interactive job interview exercise, workplace etiquette
Banking literacy, credit building, investing and savings, household budgeting and money management
Interactions with sales and service staff, comparative shopping, product research, needs versus wants
Computer literacy, internet basics, online shopping, banking, government services and social media, cell phone usage, technology in public places
Family and Community
Friends and peer mentors, developing relationships with neighbors, faith groups, and community organizations
Appropriate male/female interaction, public dining, instruction in workplace etiquette and supervisor/employee interaction, appropriate social and professional communication
Family and Community Reintegration
Developing and rebuilding positive relationships with family and friends, faith and community groups, and neighbors
Enrollment in and understanding of Medicaid and/or Medicare navigating the primary care provider process, the importance of wellness checkups
Driver’s education, driver’s license procurement, basic navigation and introduction to public transportation
Voter registration, volunteerism and other political and non-political opportunities for the formerly incarcerated to participate in the life of a community
How to recognize, avoid and report scams and other types of financial fraud
Louisiana Parole Project
P.O. Box 2029
Baton Rouge, LA 70821
319 N. Third St.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802