Oklahoma Department of Corrections offers reentry services to people returning from prison to provide a successful reintegration into society. The Intervention and Reentry Services at Oklahoma DOC offers training, curriculum review, program development and management for incarcerated people. During the end of incarceration, a reentry plan is developed. Reentry services are focused on employment, housing, education, substance abuse treatment, aftercare and transitional service needs. Program Services ensures that the best practice methods are utilized to deliver effective interventions. Cognitive behavioral and social learning modalities are the preferred method of program delivery. Oklahoma DOC also offers useful resources on their website prepared for those transitioning into communities across the state. The database includes links to numerous public service agencies, government publications, their websites and contact information. The resources are categorized into basic needs services, employment, identification/registration, treatment, unique populations and additional resources. For more information, contact the organization directly using the information on this page.