In 2004, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation made history by creating the first tribal re-entry program for its citizens. The program’s mission is to protect the public by offering quality re-entry services to Mvskoke Citizens and re-invest positive citizens back into their communities. The program has become nationally recognized for its work in re-entry and reducing recidivism, receiving the NCJA Outstanding Criminal Justice Program for the Tribal Nations award in 2013.
The 12 acre site for the reintegration campus will house a main services building, 60 housing units, a workout gymnasium, a round house and a training facility for use by the tribal members that have recently been released from prison. Along with the buildings, the site has been designed to include a walking trail along the perimeter, various on-site exterior recreation areas and makes use of the existing pond for water retention. The campus will be the first of its kind, providing much needed skilled training to its occupants as they transition from incarceration into society.