Houston Health Department
Community Re-Entry Network Program (CRNP)
Annually, 13,000 – 15,000 ex-offenders are released into Harris County from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
The City of Houston Health Department has developed the Community Re-Entry Network Program. It is an innovative program and support system for those previously incarcerated. The core program components are behavioral health, case management, workforce development and support and life skills classes to aid in stabilizing the participant's ability to be independent and self-sufficient. The Community Re-Entry Network Program (CRNP) works closely with community agencies to assist participants in getting their needs met.
If you have previously been incarcerated and you need additional support with becoming a more productive citizen and aspire to give back to your community, feel free to contact us.
Program components include some of the following core components: The class schedule is attached for a closer look at daily activities.
- Behavioral Health and Wellness
- Workforce Development
- Computer Lab Support
- Resume Development
- Interview Skills
Counseling Services include:
- Case Management
- Resource Referrals
- Family Reunification
- Other Supportive Services
Peer Support (Day and Evening Groups):
- Group facilitation by participants who have graduated from the program
New client orientation takes place every Monday and Wednesday at 8:00 am.
Please bring a photo ID and proof of income (if you do not have proof of income, please remember to bring your photo ID).