Helping America's Most Vulnerable

Northern Maine Regional Reentry Center

Northern Maine Regional Reentry Center

The Northern Maine Regional Reentry Center (NMRRC) is designed to assist men and women who are from Maine and have been convicted of a federal offense with successful reintegration back into their community.

Volunteers of America Northern New England, in partnership with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, provides a safe and secure environment for up to 20 men and women who are within the last 12 months of their incarceration.

Under close supervision and monitoring, our team provides residents with treatment (including mental health and drug and alcohol counseling), educational and vocational opportunities that are focused on reducing recidivism.

Our programs are gender-responsive and evidence-based and provide men and women with opportunities to practice newly acquired living skills. Our goal is to reduce recidivism and prepare our clients to return to their communities with the skills they need to build a better life.

Our programming provides counseling, life-skills development, workforce skills development, community service projects and support.

Community Corrections has been a part of Volunteers of America since its founding in 1896, when our founders Maud and Ballington Booth ushered in a wave of reforms in the early 20th century.

In Northern New England, we have been providing community corrections and reentry programs since 1992. Helping those most in need is our highest priority.