Redux is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to reduce crime-recidivism by promoting the productive reintegration into society of law-abiding tax-paying ex-offenders and parolees. This is accomplished by coordinating local, state, and federal resources, and by providing a stable, self-sustaining and scaleable one-stop delivery system of those resources through charitable social programs and gateway services, and by providing access to food, clothing, shelter, medical-physical, mental health substance abuse treatment programs, financial and legal services, educational-vocational training, employment resources and jobs. Our vision is to provide hope and self- reliance to ex-offenders by providing a comprehensive services delivery and by creating reentry processes that reinforce the message of accountability and individual responsibility, while also attending to the issues about the offender?s regaining legitimacy in society. All facets of the community will be used to evaluate and provide the ex-offender with the necessary services along with meaningful oversight. The ex-offender is faced with the challenges involved in reintegrating themselves back into society. Reentry programs are virtually nonexistent. Unfortunately, the chances of a successful reentry for these individuals are low, and many who are released are unable to successfully make the transition to freedom and find themselves back behind bars; hence the high, 67%, recidivism and subsequent rearrest rate.