RRM Baltimore | Residential Reentry Management Baltimore

RRM Baltimore is an administrative office providing oversight to halfway houses located in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, and West Virginia. This office is responsible for making inmate halfway house placement determinations and supervising these residential reentry centers.

If you or a loved one are preparing to exit federal prison, the Zoukis Consulting Group can help.

Our experienced and knowledgeable prison consulting team can assist with halfway house and home confinement placement, ensuring that you have the best chance for success upon your return to society. Likewise, we can review your case to determine if you qualify for early release from prison.

We understand the challenges of reentering the world after an extended period of incarceration, and we are here to help you every step of the way. Contact us to expand your federal halfway house placement, get placed on home confinement, and get out sooner.

Book a free initial consultation today to learn more about RRM Baltimore and how we can help.

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Residential Reentry Management (RRM) Baltimore

Facility Address & Contact Information

Regional Reentry Management Baltimore
400 First Street, NW
5th Floor
Washington, DC 20534

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 202-514-8304

County: Howard

BOP Website: Bureau of Prisons Page
Region: Mid-Atlantic Region

Staff Mailing Address

[Staff Name]
RRM Baltimore
400 First Street, NW
5th Floor
Washington, DC 20534

RRM Baltimore Judicial Districts

  • District of Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • District of Maryland
  • Northern District of West Virginia
  • Southern District of West Virginia

Federal Halfway Houses

If you are a Federal Bureau of Prisons inmate, you may be eligible to participate in a residential reentry program. Residential reentry centers (RRCs), also known as federal halfway houses, provide a safe and structured environment for inmates who are nearing release. In effect, they permit federal prisoners to seek early release from prison.

If you are interested in learning more about federal halfway houses, or if you need assistance with expanding your placement options, our team can help. We have a wealth of experience with RRM Baltimore and federal halfway houses.

The Zoukis Consulting Group can answer all of your questions about how federal halfway houses work, how to expand your placement options, and more. Give us a call today.

Services at Halfway Houses

RRCs supervised by RRM Baltimore offer programs and services to help inmates rebuild their ties to the community and prepare for successful reentry into society. There are a variety of services available at prison halfway houses, which can help inmates reintegrate into society and reduce recidivism rates, including:

  • Employment Counseling and Strategy
  • Job Training and Placement
  • Financial Management Assistance
  • Community Reintegration
  • Educational Programs
  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Family Reunification
  • Transportation Assistance

Job training and placement programs can help inmates learn the skills they need to find employment after release. Counseling services can provide support and guidance on various topics, from anger management to drug addiction. Educational programs can help inmates earn their GED or pursue higher education.

Inmates who participate in these programs are less likely to re-offend and more likely to reenter society successfully. Prison halfway houses provide an essential step in the rehabilitation process, and their services can make a real difference in the lives of those who use them.

Baltimore RRM Halfway Houses

District of Columbia Halfway Houses

Core DC LLC

1020 Bladensburg Road NE
Washington, DC 20002

Phone: 718-798-3460

RRM Baltimore Services: Home Confinement

Beds: 75 Total (75 Male; 0 Female)

BOP Region: Northeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC20D00000308

Contract Expiration: January 25, 2021

Reynolds and Associates, Inc.

1430 G Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Phone: 443-837-6964

Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Detention

Beds: 46 Total (0 Male; 46 Female)

BOP Region: Northeast Region

Contract Number: DJB200285

Contract Expiration: August 31, 2021

Maryland Halfway Houses

Volunteers of America Chesapeake, Inc.

5000 Monument Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21205

Phone: 301-459-2020

RRM Baltimore Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC)

Beds: 148 Total (118 Male; 30 Female)

BOP Region: Mid-Atlantic Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC19D00000019

Contract Expiration: May 31, 2029

West Virginia Halfway Houses

Dismas Charities, Inc. (Saint Albans)

113 Edgar Street
Saint Albans, WV 25177

Phone: 301-459-2020

Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Detention

Beds: 69 Total (58 Male; 11 Female)

BOP Region: Northeast Region

Contract Number: DJB200234

Contract Expiration: January 31, 2021

Greenbriar Medical Group, Inc. (Hillsboro)

4374 Denmar Road
Hillsboro, WV 24946

Phone: 304-345-3300

RRM Baltimore Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Mothers & Infants Together (MINT)

Beds: 15 Total (0 Male; 15 Female)

BOP Region: Northeast Region

Contract Number: DJB200256

Contract Expiration: October 31, 2020

Your RRM Baltimore Experts

If you or a loved one are preparing to exit federal prison, the Zoukis Consulting Group can help. Our experienced and knowledgeable prison consulting team can assist with halfway house and home confinement placement, ensuring that you have the best chance for success upon your return to society.

We understand the challenges of reentering the world after an extended period of federal incarceration, and we are here to help you every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about our prison consulting services and how we can help you make a successful transition back to your community.

Book a free initial consultation to speak with an RRM Baltimore expert today!

For a comprehensive look at life in federal prison, pick up a copy of Christopher Zoukis’ Federal Prison Handbook: The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Bureau of Prisons. And for information about every federal prison facility, see our Directory of Federal Prisons.