County Reentry Resource Information The N.C. Department of Public Safety’s Reentry Programs & Services has collected reentry resource information to provide formerly incarcerated people, probation/parole officers, prison case managers, social workers and others with a database of community resources in each of North Carolina's 100 counties. Click on the county name for contact information for core local, state and federal agencies, as well as faith-based and community-based service organizations that help formerly incarcerated people successfully transition into their community. Each county folder contains three documents (PDFs): 1) Reentry resources categorized into 13 “life areas” 2) Additional county resources. Note: Anson, Camden, Chatham, Graham, Henderson, Madison and Sampson counties do not have this. 3) Statewide contacts for reentry services in North Carolina. Alamance Chowan Guilford Mitchell Rutherford Alexander Clay Halifax Montgomery Sampson Alleghany Cleveland Harnett Moore Scotland Anson Columbus Haywood Nash Stanly Ashe Craven Henderson New Hanover Stokes Avery Cumberland Hertford Northampton Surry Beaufort Currituck Hoke Onslow Swain Bertie Dare Hyde Orange Transylvania Bladen Davidson Iredell Pamlico Tyrrell Brunswick Davie Jackson Pasquotank Union Buncombe Duplin Johnston Pender Vance Burke Durham Jones Perquimans Wake Cabarrus Edgecombe Lee Person Warren Caldwell Forsyth Lenoir Pitt Washington Camden Franklin Lincoln Polk Watauga Carteret Gaston Macon Randolph Wayne Caswell Gates Madison Richmond Wilkes Catawba Graham Martin Robeson Wilson Chatham Granville McDowell Rockingham Yadkin Cherokee Greene Mecklenburg Rowan Yancey DisclaimerThe N.C. Department of Public Safety provides this reentry resource information as a public service. NCDPS makes no representation, guarantees or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, currency, or suitability of the information provided via this website. NCDPS specifically disclaims any and all liability for any claims or damages that may result from providing the web site or information it contains, including any web sites maintained by third parties and linked to or from the NCDPS website. NCDPS does not partner with and/or endorse information referenced in the reentry resource information documents. We attempt to provide current and accurate information. However, because this information comes from a variety of sources, NCDPS does not warrant, or make any representation as to the quality, suitability, accessibility of services provided by any of the core agencies, faith-based and community-based service providers referenced in the resource information. Users should be aware that we try to keep the information timely and accurate but there will be a delay between receipt of information and appearance in the reentry resource information documents. Any mention of service providers or services is for informational purposes only. NCDPS reserves the right to not include in the reentry resource information documents any information that does not appear to meet our needs, the needs of the database user or our selection criteria.