Services

In the Clark County Reentry Department, we hold the convictionthat a flourishing community can only exist when every individual has the chance to prosper. Our commitment is reflected in our active involvement in community events tailored for justice-impacted individuals, such as Fair Chance Wednesday and clinics for Record Sealing and Certificate of Qualification for Employment (CQE). Through these initiatives and our Reentry Services, we extend a helping hand to citizens striving to reconstruct their lives after experiencing incarceration

Reentry Services

Our Reentry Specialists are trained to provide holistic, nonjudgmental, and supportive assistance. Our services are geared towards helping individuals attain their goals and facilitating a seamless transition into the community

* Services Open to all Clark County residents with a prior conviction

  • One-on-one support & coaching
  • Connection to service providers & community resources
  • Support navigating systems and barriers
  • Help accessing official documents, like IDs, diplomas, and birth certificates
  • Connection to education and training programs
  • Asset & financial planning
  • Legal clinics: Record sealing & CQE application support
  • Employment Support

Our PATH Program

The PATH Program stands as a beacon of hope and support for individuals seeking to reintegrate into society after experiencing incarceration. With a steadfast commitment to fostering successful reintegration, PATH offers a comprehensive range of services designed to address the unique challenges faced by formerly incarcerated individuals. From skill development and job training to mental health and addiction support, the program encompasses a holistic approach that aims to break the cycle of recidivism. By providing a safe and nurturing environment, PATH equips participants with the tools they need to rebuild their lives and become productive members of their communities. Through its dedication to empowering individuals, the PATH Reentry Program plays a vital role in transforming lives and contributing to a more just and inclusive society.

PATH (Personal Assistance Transitioning Home) offers ongoing assistance to individuals who have been released from prison in the last three years and are currently residing in Clark County, Ohio.

PATH Participants receive all of Reentry Services, in addition to:

  • Reentry PlanningSpringfield Foundation Logo (3-23) blue 2
  • Long Term Goal Setting
  • Well Being Development
  • Wellness Check-Ins
  • Child Support Partnership (optional)

If you or someone you know are interested in our services, please contact us to set up a meeting or drop by during our office hours. We look forward to working with you.

The PATH Program is provided through a grant awarded by the Springfield Foundation.

JFS Drop-In Hours

Wednesday 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
1345 Lagonda Ave., Building A
Springfield, OH 45503
Schedule a Meeting: 
bwagner@clarkcountyohio.gov
(937) 521-3860

AB Graham Drop-In Hours

Friday 10 a.m. to Noon
31 North Limestone, 2nd Floor
Springfield, OH 45502
Schedule a Meeting: 
bwagner@clarkcountyohio.gov
(937) 521-3860