Order of Malta


In the United States, approximately 65% of previously incarcerated men and women will land back in prison within a three year period. To combat this problem, Prison Ministry in the Order of Malta has programs underway to help the previously incarcerated reenter the “outside world”.

Florida — Two booklets have been written which advise the previously incarcerated as to services that are available in Florida to aid in reentry.

Click here to download the 3rd edition of the Florida Social Services Guide to Public Assistance Agencies for the Benefit of Ex­felons and the Homeless.

Click here to download the Florida Employment Directory.

New Hampshire —  The Dismas Home of New Hampshire is an independent temporary (about six months) transitional living facility that provides housing and transition services for up to eight women in a supportive environment. Dismas Home offers a structured framework that will help to facilitate community reentry for these women following incarceration. Members of the Order serve on the Board of Directors and Advisory Board; the Order, as well as these Members, have supported the program financially as it is carrying out one aspect of the Apostolate’s Strategic Plan – providing structure caring reentry assistance.

Order of Malta, American Association, U.S.A.

American Association, U.S.A
1011 First Avenue, Room 1350
New York, NY 10022
(212) 371-1522