Welcome to OCREP!
Welcome to the Orange County Re-Entry Partnership website. The Orange County Re-Entry Partnership (OCREP) is not a service provider, but is a linkage of public, community and faith-based agencies and advocates functioning together as a critical link between community resource providers and the formerly incarcerated striving to re-establish healthy, productive and rewarding lives.

Information such as contacts, links, maps, meeting dates and more can be found here by simply clicking on the site navigation menu bar. By sharing information through our collaborative efforts with state, county and private organizations, we will continue moving forward to promote a system of care for all people in Orange County.

Next General Membership Meeting: November 18 2014

Upcoming Partner Spotlight

John Reynolds is the Team Lead at the Wellness Center under the director of the program. He supervises 20 peer mentors, including 3 supervisors. He has worked with Providence Corp for over 8 years in different capacities. The Wellness Center is unique in the sense that it is peer run with most Peer Mentors recovering from a Mental Health issue. The Center is one of its kind in California. They have no clinical staff such as medical doctors or therapists. They run classes and workshops throughout the week and they are facilitated by the fifteen Peer Mentors who are staff. The requirements to become a member are only three: be 18 years or older, have a residence in Orange County, and have received mental health services currently or in the past: no paperwork is necessary, it is only self-identifying.

The Wellness Center is funded through Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act of 2004.

OCREP has partnered with Orange County 211 to bring reentry resources directly to you!
Click on the link below for up-to-date resources and information

Stay Connected with OCREP Online!

If you are interested in posting your agency's upcoming events on our OCREP website or adding a client success story to our list,
please contact Meghan Medlin