EXPERIENCE GET OUT TO STAY OUT RE-ENTRY SERVICES

Get Out To Stay Out is a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive re-entry services for individuals recently released from a South Carolina prison or detention center. Our program assists participants with reinstating their voting rights, connecting with second-chance employers, affordable housing, and entrepreneurship development, which ultimately increases their chances of stability. Our organization work with local non-profit organizations around the State of South Carolina, with one common goal, reducing recidivism.  
Get Out To Stay Out also provides voter registration, civics, and financial literacy resources which are all needed to be successful before or after release

GET OUT TO STAY OUT AT A GLANCE

Get Out To Stay Out re-entry case managers work with staff inside the correctional institutions as well as the Bureau of Federal Prisons to meet with inmates nearing release within six (6) to twelve (12) months. Our team works with inmates and former offenders to identify areas of need and an action plan to eliminate potential barriers to success. Once released, clients meet with a case manager and begin working their action plan. Eligible participants receive assistance with referrals for clothing, food, employment, financial literacy, and housing.

COUNTY DETENTION VOTER REGISTRATION SERVICES

Ending Felony Discrimination

Our case managers assist correctional and jail staff, inside the institution, with re-registering inmates to vote upon release.

Amanda and Antonious at the Horry County Voter Registration Office

EMPLOYMENT SEARCH

Second Chance Employers

Team members at Get Out to Stay Out assist incarcerated individuals and those formerly incarcerated with overcoming barriers to employment. We have a GOTSO (Get Out To Stay Out) list of second chance employers that have taken the initiative to give qualified candidates, even with a conviction, an opportunity for employment. 

HOMELESS OUTREACH

Closing the Housing Gap

At Get Out To Stay Out, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts to close the housing gap for ex-offenders looking to start over after serving his or her sentence. Case managers work closely with local public housing authorities, shelters, and other homeownership opportunities available for our clients.

Special Thanks to our employers and vendors supporting re-entry services in Horry County!!!

Quote of the Month

Colonel Dean Esserman, Chief, Providence Police Department

“DENYING THE VOTE TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE COMPLETED THEIR PRISON SENTENCE DISRUPTS THE REENTRY PROCESS AND WEAKENS THE LONG-TERM PROSPECTS FOR SUSTAINABLE REHABILITATION.” —Colonel Dean Esserman, Chief, Providence Police Department

CONTACT GET OUT TO STAY OUT

Get in touch with Get Out To Stay Out to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

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