The mission of the Loudoun County Re-entry Advisory Council is to promote public safety and reduce crime by preparing for success through the provision of information, services, and supervision, in partnership with state and local partners, as the client transition from incarceration to the community.
The Loudoun County Re-Entry Advisory Council is made up of a coalition of government agencies, nonprofits and community partners. The council:
- Recognizes the need for a transition process that addresses the survival needs and skill-based services for our supervisees or at-risk populations.
- Seeks to provide information to help with the transition process and provide services.
- Strives to provide our clientele/supervisees and their families with information regarding agencies, programs, services and employment opportunities that will assist in the rebuilding process.
For more information about the Loudoun County Reentry Advisory Council, contact Loudoun County Department of Community Corrections Director Terry Sullivan. Email Terry Sullivan or call 703-777-0207.