CRP worked with the Franklin County Office of Homeland Security & Justice Programs to assess the availability of adult prison reentry services in Franklin County, as well as strengths, gaps, and weaknesses within the County's system of reentry. A total of 23 agencies and organizations provided detailed information about their programs and services that specifically target formerly incarcerated adults in Franklin County. Overall, employment and life skills programs were the most commonly provided services, with 17 organizations offering employment and 16 offering life skills training or programming. Focus groups with service providers and restored citizens indicated that the services available are couched in a system that is "like a maze," with several obstacles that former inmates find difficult to navigate and overcome. The focus groups and survey were also useful for identifying weaknesses of, and gaps within, the system, like a lack of communication among service providers and a perceived lack of pre-release programs. Yet, focus group participants and survey respondents cited a number of strengths of the system, like existing service and structures that offer a very good starting point for developing a more comprehensive and structured prisoner reentry system in Franklin County. Building upon these strengths would enhance the likelihood that restored citizens are more successful at navigating the system and accessing the services necessary for a more positive reentry experience.