RRM Pittsburgh | Residential Reentry Management Pittsburgh

RRM Pittsburgh is an administrative office providing oversight to halfway houses located in northern New York, western New York, and western Pennsylvania. RRM Pittsburgh is responsible for making inmate halfway house placement determinations and supervising these residential reentry centers.

Contact us at the Zoukis Consulting Group if you have a loved one incarcerated in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Our team of expert prison consultants can help you extend halfway house placement, seek home confinement, and resolve any issues that present.

Book a free initial consultation with a federal halfway house expert today! We’ll work with you to create a personalized plan to get your loved one released from incarceration and back home where they belong.

RRM Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh RRM

Residential Reentry Management (RRM) Pittsburgh

Facility Address & Contact Information

Regional Reentry Management Pittsburgh
1000 Liberty Avenue, Suite 1315
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 412-395-4740
Fax: 412-395-4730

County: Allegheny

BOP Website: Bureau of Prisons Page
Region: Northeast Region

Staff Mailing Address

[Staff Name]
RRM Pittsburgh
Residential Reentry Office
1000 Liberty Avenue, Suite 1315
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

RRM Pittsburgh Judicial Districts

  • Northern District of New York
  • Western District of New York
  • Western District of Pennsylvania

Federal Halfway Houses

RRM Pittsburgh is a residential reentry center that supervises area halfway houses under contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. It provides a safe, structured, supervised environment for inmates.

Pittsburgh RRM also offers employment counseling, job placement, financial management assistance, and other programs and services. RRCs help inmates rebuild their ties to the community and assist during this readjustment phase.

Federal halfway houses are an essential resource for those nearing release from prison and looking to start fresh. By offering various services, RRM Pittsburgh can help inmates successfully reenter society and lead productive lives.

Services to Inmate Halfway House Residents

The Federal Bureau of Prisons offers halfway houses for inmates nearing the end of their sentences. Federal halfway houses provide a safe and structured environment for inmates to transition back into society.

RRM Pittsburgh reentry programs typically have strict rules that residents must follow. Additionally, inmate residents must find employment and housing before their release date.

The following is a list of services typically offered at federal halfway houses:

  • Employment Assistance: Many halfway houses have staff members who help residents find jobs. They may also provide job training and other resources to help inmate residents become employable.
  • Housing Assistance: These reentry programs typically provide residents with information about available housing options and help them with the application process.
  • Financial Management: Some federal halfway houses offer financial management classes to help residents learn how to budget and save money.
  • Substance Abuse Treatment: Many halfway houses offer substance abuse treatment classes, such as counseling or 12-step programs (e.g., AA and NA).
  • Mental Health Services: Some federal prison halfway houses offer mental health services, such as therapy or medication management.

The inmate halfway houses residents report varied views on these reentry programs. This often depends on the individual. Some find the transition back into society difficult, while others find it relatively easy.

Regardless of individual opinions, RRM Pittsburgh halfway house staff provide support and guidance to residents throughout their stay.

RRM Pittsburgh Halfway Houses

New York Halfway Houses

Please see our RRM New York page for a complete list of New York halfway houses.

Pennsylvania Halfway Houses

Catholic Social Services of The Diocese of Scranton, Inc. (Scranton)

409-411 Olive Street
Scranton, PA 18509

Phone: 570-342-1295

Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Confinement

Beds: 20 Total (16 Male; 4 Female)

BOP Region: Northeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC19D00000002

Contract Expiration: November 30, 2029

Cornell Abraxas Group, Inc. (Morgantown)

1000 Academy Drive
Morgantown, PA 19543

Phone: 412-201-4111

RRM Pittsburgh Services: Secure Juvenile; Secure Residential Treatment; Secure Detention Services

Beds: 10 Total (10 Male; 0 Female)

BOP Region: Northeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC18C00000036

Contract Expiration: March 31, 2023

Firetree, Ltd. (Harrisburg)

2012 North 4th Street
Harrisburg, PA 17102

Phone: 570-601-0877

Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Detention

Beds: 30 Total (24 Male; 6 Female)

BOP Region: Northeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC18D00000035

Contract Expiration: March 31, 2023

The Kintock Group (Philadelphia)

301 East Erie Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19119

Phone: 610-687-1336

RRM Pittsburgh Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Confinement

Beds: 66 Total (42 Male; 24 Female)

BOP Region: Northeast Region

Contract Number: 15BRRC19D00000194

Contract Expiration: October 31, 2024

Renewal, Inc. (Pittsburgh)

339 Boulevard of The Allies
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Phone: 412-690-2445

Services: Residential Reentry Center (RRC); Home Confinement

Beds: 115 Total (92 Male; 23 Female)

BOP Region: Northeast Region

Contract Number: DJB200273

Contract Expiration: January 31, 2021

Your RRM Pittsburgh Experts

At Zoukis Consulting Group, we understand that leaving prison and reentering society can be a difficult transition. We can help make the transition to regular life as smooth as possible.

Our team can help expand your halfway house placement, seek direct-to-home confinement, and resolve any issues you may be facing. With our help, you can make a successful return to society. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.

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