The Oklahoma Partnership for Successful Reentry, Inc. is a statewide coalition of organizations working in the field of reentry, which is helping ex-felons reintegrate into society, especially after prison, but also including those reentering from jail, probation, or moving here from out-of-state. OPSR partner organizations include a broad spectrum of faith-based, community-based, tribal, local, state, and federal organizations and agencies with a common goal: to remove the barriers to reentry in our State.
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Documents About Us
IRS Tax Determination Letter to show 501(c)(3) status
Supplemental Letter from IRS on Tax Exempt status (2012)
Our Board & Leadership
OPSR is a participant in the Oklahoma Executive Reentry Committee.
OPSR was formed as a result of a "Call to Action" by Department of Corrections Deputy Director Debbie Mahaffey in May of 2005. The Call to Action invited organizations with an interest in reentry to come to the table to network, recruit, share information, and discuss best practices. The Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives was asked to participate and promote the increased involvement by faith and community grassroots organizations. As a result of that meeting, a statewide collaboration of reentry service providers was formed which later became The Oklahoma Partnership for Successful Reentry, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. OPSR meets monthly to discuss reentry issues and network resources. OPSR participants are leaders in federal, tribal, state and local agencies, faith-based groups, community organizations, and private sector businesses with service areas varying from the local community to statewide.