Quality, Integrity, and Accountability in Community Corrections
Providing Over 25 Years of Community Correction Services

The Kintock Group

  • Commitment
  • Respect
  • Teamwork
  • Service
  • Compassion
  • Success

Founded in 1985, The Kintock Group, a non-profit organization, contracts with federal, state and county law enforcement agencies to provide cost effective alternatives to incarceration and re-entry services for individuals transitioning from the criminal justice system to the community. 

Kintock programs provide a wide range of accredited services that encourages self-sufficiency, promotes responsible behavior, and prepares program participants to enter the workforce. The following are services offered within in our residential and non-residential settings based on contractual and programatic needs:

  • Employment education and placement
  • Substance abuse 
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Adult basic education and GED preparation
  • Life skills education
  • Community referrals
  • Housing referrals

Newsletter Articles

Rutgers Medical School Students Lead Health Educat...

Kintock continues to enjoy a mutually productive partnership with Rutgers Medical School that benefi [ ... ]

Kintock Art Appreciation Program (KAAP) Provides P...

Launched in 2016 at the Philadelphia program, Kintock’s Art Appreciation Program (KAAP) has been a [ ... ]

Philadelphia Program Residents Give Back to the Co...

Residents of Kintock’s Philadelphia programs have participated in numerous community service proje [ ... ]

Kintock Welcomes New HR Department Staff

Kintock’s Erie Avenue facility in Philadelphia is pleased to welcome newly hired Human Resources D [ ... ]

Erie Ave. Facility Awarded ACA Accreditation

Kintock is proud to announce that the Erie. Avenue facility in Philadelphia was awarded re-accredita [ ... ]

Bridgeton Residents Volunteer Efforts Benefit East...

Residents of Kintock’s Bridgeton residential treatment and work release program are putting into p [ ... ]

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