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Toler House Successfully Renews Federal Bureau of Prisons Reentry Center Contract

West Caldwell, NJ May 31 -
The Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) re-awarded a Residential Reentry Center (RRC) contract to Community Education Centers, Inc. (CEC) to provide services at its Toler House location in Newark, New Jersey. The company will continue to provide work release, reentry treatment and home confinement services for the Bureau under the terms of the contract which include a two year base year and three options one year renewals. .

"We appreciate the continued confidence that the Federal Bureau of Prisons has shown in our company and we look forward to providing the same high level of quality service that we have since 2006. The company takes great pride in the reentry services it provides for the FBOP in New Jersey as well as in South Dakota, Wyoming, and Texas," said John J. Clancy, Chairman and CEO of CEC.

Community Education Centers, Inc. (CEC) is a leading provider of offender reentry and
in-prison treatment services in America, operating in 18 states and the Commonwealth of Bermuda, with over 30,000 individuals in its daily care. CEC provides a full range of therapeutic residential and non-residential reentry services with a documented record of reducing recidivism.

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