Reentry resource center, serving those released from the Mobile Metro jail or other similar facilities. Our goal is to reduce recidivism by increasing personal achievement, self-worth and self-sufficiency.

The Neighbor Center

Since in the late 70's, MAIC has been serving the Mobile area community throughout hurricanes, economic downturns, and personal crises/needs.

Of late, much MAIC energy has been devoted to those housed in the Mobile Metro Jail. The development of a robust GED program within the walls of Mobile Metro Jail is particularly gratifying.

Requests for services and referrals can be initiated by contacting The Neighbor Center. Contacts and services are provided confidentially.

The Neighbor Center
808 Executive Park Drive
Mobile AL 36606

251.308.8725
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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The Neighbor Center provides case management and advocacy for helping returning citizens access the resources and services needed to transition back to the community and avoid re-incarceration.

The Neighbor Center offers assistance free-of-charge with:

  • Jobs or Job Training
  • Housing
  • Medical Care
  • Transportation

Charting the Way - a reentry strategic plan for Southwest Alabama

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What is The Neighbor Center?

  • The Neighbor Center is a starting point for those just completing incarceration
  • The Neighbor Center offers assistance free-of-charge for males and females
  • You can call The Neighbor Center to make an appointment at 251/308-8725
  • At The Neighbor Center each client is assigned a case manager
  • The Neighbor Center will help you access Jobs Opportunities, Job Training, Housing, Medical Care and Transportation
  • The Neighbor Center opened in 2016

Donate to The Neighbor Center, we can change communities

  • Have you ever experienced a problem in your life and wondered how you were going to survive?
  • Many of the "neighbors" we help, those recently released from jail, are experiencing this today.
  • You can help those recently released access the resources they need to become self-sufficient