The Maryland Re-entry Partnership was launched in 2001 and provides ex-offenders with services including housing, health care, employment and training, and educational programs. Unlike many other initiatives, it is a non-profit led collaboration among government agencies, community organizations and nonprofits. It has created a meaningful integration of partner services from the correctional services, the community and other agencies. Only one in five of the men who graduated from its program landed back in jail after three years--a vast improvement over the state's recidivism rate, which is at almost 52 percent. It attributes much of its success to participation by community members and organizations. This profile is one in a series entitled Innovations in Community Development, which documents effective community revitalization programs developed by Enterprise Community Partners and others in partnership with nonprofit organizations, financial institutions, local governments and corporations. It will serve those looking to replicate large-scale programs as well as those researching the industry's leading efforts. It discusses the need, implementation, partners, financing, accomplishments and lessons learned.