A Guide to Travis County Area Resources for People Leaving Jail or Prison
The Travis County Reentry Success Guide was created for the benefit of those in need of information regarding resources that may be available to former offenders and their families during the reentry process after incarceration. Not all local services are listed in the guide. We hope that you will use the guide as it was intended – as an information springboard for your success after incarceration.
Providers of basic needs services may have significant waiting periods for services or they may have closed some services to contain costs. Please be patient when calling – these providers are here to help you and many other Travis County residents. Please be aware that there are costs associated with some resources listed in this guide. Planning ahead for your release as far in advance as possible is recommended to ensure that you have an action plan for reentry.
Note: Travis County does not provide information on reentry resources for other Texas Counties. Calling the Statewide Texas 2-1-1 is recommended; See this guide for more information on the Statewide Texas 2-1-1 system for resource information.
The Travis County Reentry Success Guide is updated monthly. Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in the guide, some listings may change between each update. We appreciate and welcome your comments, deletions or updates to the Travis County Reentry Success Guide. Please contact:
Travis County Justice and Public Safety Division
DISCLAIMER: The Travis County Justice Planning Department, Justice and Public Safety Division does not endorse any of the organizations or facilities that are included in the Travis County Reentry Success Guide. The presence of an agency or service in this listing does not constitute an endorsement, nor does the absence of an agency indicate disapproval. Users are free to duplicate any or all parts of this directory as desired as long as copies are not reproduced to be sold.