Hear from us, we’re here for you.

Hear from us, we’re here for you.

It’s a challenge coming out of jail or prison. The Skagit-Island Community Partnership for Transition Solutions can help by providing information on reentry resources in your community. Whether joining us to learn about what is going on in the community surrounding reentry, or assisting with a project, the Skagit Island CPTS is here to serve the community.

We meet on the third Thursday of every month on the Mount Vernon Campus of Skagit Valley College in the Multipurpose Room in the Cardinal Center building from 1-3pm. Anyone is welcome.

Please note: Information may differ due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Contact us for further details.

“The Skagit-Island Community Partnership for Transition Solutions (CPTS) brings together Community Partners with the common goal of sharing resources with Community Members experiencing any level of transition from incarceration while integrating into the community. Through reducing stigma, building resilient individuals, and strengthening families, we create a healthier community for all.”


Employment after incarceration can sometimes be difficult. Our community network is here to support you. From funding for school and training, to resume and interview skills, you will have the support you need.

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Don’t let not paying for college or training discourage you. Our education and training network can help funding. Learn how to navigate Skagit Valley College, or find other training opportunities.

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The Skagit County Mentorship Committee is focused on connecting credible messengers (such as coaches, mentors, and guides) to previously incarcerated individuals reintegrating into their community.

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Finding housing after incarceration is probably one of the hardest things to do. We work with community housing partners to find the best possible solution for you.

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Health & Mental Health

Being physically and mentally healthy allows you to participate in life to the fullest extent possible through productive, meaningful activities and strong relationships. We have an extensive network of physical, mental, and spiritual health providers to assess and help in any way you need to become all around healthy.

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Get Involved

Looking to get involved in the work we do? The Skagit-Island Community Partnership for Transition Solutions meets in the Multipurpose Room (next to the Cafeteria) of Skagit Valley College at 1 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Contact us for more information.

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