RRM Orlando | Residential Reentry Management Orlando

RRM Orlando is an administrative office providing oversight to halfway houses located in middle and northern Florida. RRM Orlando is responsible for making inmate halfway house placement determinations and supervising these residential reentry centers.

When your loved one is incarcerated in a federal halfway house, it can be challenging to navigate the system and ensure they receive the best possible care.

The Zoukis Consulting Group specializes in federal halfway houses, and our team of experts can help you extend the placement, seek home confinement, and resolve any issues that may arise.

Book a free initial consultation with us today to learn more about how we can help you and your loved one!

RRM Orlando | Orlando RRM

Residential Reentry Management (RRM) Orlando

Facility Address & Contact Information

Regional Reentry Management Orlando
6303 County Road 500
Wildwood, FL 34785

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 352-689-7390
Fax: 352-689-7396

County: Orange

BOP Website: Bureau of Prisons Page
Region: Southeast Region

Staff Mailing Address

[Staff Name]
RRM Orlando
Residential Reentry Office
6303 County Road 500
Wildwood, FL 34785

RRM Orlando Judicial Districts

  • Middle District of Florida
  • Northern District of Florida

Federal Halfway Houses

The Federal Bureau of Prisons works with Residential Reentry Centers (RRCs) to help people approaching release. RRCs are also known as federal halfway houses.

RRM offices supervise federal halfway houses. They provide a safe, structured, supervised environment for inmates. They also offer employment counseling, job placement, financial management assistance, and other programs and services. RRCs help inmates rebuild their ties to the community.

The Orlando RRM office supervises federal halfway houses in Central Florida. Our team can answer all of your questions about federal halfway houses, how to expand placement, and more.

For more information about federal halfway houses and Orlando RRM, contact the Zoukis Consulting Group.

Services for Inmate Residents

RRM Orlando halfway houses help inmates transition back into society. These prisoners are typically required to follow specific rules and regulations, such as curfews and mandatory drug testing. They may also be subject to random searches of their rooms. Halfway houses usually have support staff on-site 24 hours a day to provide assistance and guidance to residents.

Most halfway houses offer various services to help inmates transition back into society, such as job placement assistance, counseling, and educational programs. Some RRM Orlando facilities also provide other resources for families. Services vary from facility to facility, so it is vital to research the options in your area. Below is a list of standard services offered at prison halfway houses:

  • Job Placement Assistance: Many halfway houses offer job placement assistance to help residents find employment. This may include help with writing resumes and preparing for interviews, as well as connections to employers who are willing to hire people with criminal records.
  • Counseling: Counseling is often available to halfway house inmates. This can be helpful for dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. Counselors can also provide guidance on how to stay sober and avoid relapse.
  • Educational Programs: Some halfway houses offer educational programs such as GED classes or vocational training programs. These programs can help residents get their lives back on track and increase their chances of finding employment.
  • Transportation Assistance: Many federal prison halfway houses offer transportation assistance to help inmate residents get to and from work, school, or appointments. This may include access to a van or bus or subsidies for public transportation.

If you or someone you know is returning from prison, a halfway house may be a good option for transitioning back into society. Be sure to research the facilities in your area to find one that offers the services you need.

RRM Orlando Halfway Houses

Northern Florida Halfway Houses

The below Florida halfway houses are located in northern Florida. Please see our RRM Miami page for southern and central Florida halfway houses.

Keeton Corrections, Inc. (Pensacola)

225A Brent Lane
Pensacola, FL 32503

Phone: 850-747-8776

Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Confinement

Beds: 35 Total (28 Male; 7 Female)

BOP Region: Southeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC19D00000014

Contract Expiration: November 30, 2029

Keeton Corrections, Inc. (Tallahassee)

3190 Spring Hill Road
Tallahassee, FL 32305

Phone: 850-747-8776

RRM Orlando Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Confinement; Mothers & Infants Together (MINT)

Beds: 28 Total (22 Male; 6 Female)

BOP Region: Southeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC18D00000075

Contract Expiration: November 30, 2023

Keeton Corrections, Inc. (Ocala)

3838 NE 41st Street
Ocala, FL 34479

Phone: 850-747-8776

Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Confinement

Beds: 32 Total (26 Male; 6 Female)

BOP Region: Southeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC18D00000089

Contract Expiration: August 31, 2023

Keeton Corrections, Inc. (Jacksonville)

2020 Dahlia Road
Jacksonville, FL 32254

Phone: 850-747-8776

RRM Orlando Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC)

Beds: 64 Total (52 Male; 12 Female)

BOP Region: Southeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC20D00000284

Contract Expiration: November 30, 2020

Dismas Charities, Inc. (Orlando)

6860 Edgewater Commerce Parkway
Orlando, FL 32810

Phone: 502-636-2033

Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Confinement

Beds: 85 Total (68 Male; 17 Female)

BOP Region: Southeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC19D00000166

Contract Expiration: December 31, 2024

Your RRM Orlando Experts

The Zoukis Consulting Group can assist if you or a loved one is about to be released from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Our team has extensive experience working with halfway houses.

Our team can help you expand your placement, seek direct-to-home confinement, and deal with any difficulties. With our assistance, you may successfully resume your life.

Book a free initial consultation to speak with an RRM Orlando 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.