Re-Entry Programs


For over 20 years, The Dannon Project has provided re-entry services to those that have been involved with the juvenile or adult justice system. Since 2009, The Dannon Project has been awarded continuous funding from the Department of Labor (DOL) to fund re-entry and risk prevention initiatives. The Dannon Project has consistently remained one of the top producing re-entry programs nationwide.



Currently, the DOL is funding a Young-Adult Re-Entry Program called “Growth Opportunities” (GO), which serves qualifying 18-24 year old applicants that may have violent charges in their background. 


We are also funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) for their Young Adult Re-Entry Program (YARP) which serves qualifying 18-24 year old non-violent applicants. 



The Department of Justice (DOJ) currently fund our Adult Re-Entry program. This program serves qualifying applicants that are 25 years of age and older. 



Please click HERE to apply for any of our Re-Entry programs