Cumberland County Adult Reentry Program is a state sponsored program developed to assist individuals returning to the Cumberland community. The program was developed in response to research that shows more than two thirds of all justice impacted individuals reoffend within three years of release and return to the corrections system. Staff are committed to breaking the cycle of recidivism and giving those reintegrating into the Cumberland community the best chance at a permanent return. The cornerstone of the Adult Reentry Program is mentorship, and every individual who requests assistance will receive a mentor a meets one-on-one to determine the specific needs of each individual. These mentors offer guidance and fellowship, as well as direct connection to the various social services in the community that help formerly incarcerated individuals overcome the many barriers associated with reentry. For more information about the program or to request assistance, contact the organization directly using the information on this page.