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Our Mission

We are a community of recovery, advocacy, and support for those who are justice involved.

We are a community of recovery, advocacy, and support for those who are justice involved.

 

We seek to improve public safety and self-sufficiency by providing relief to those who are disadvantaged, and justice involved. We strive to create a world that offers second chances and support to those who have been impacted by the chains of the school to prison pipeline, mass incarceration and all factors that promote socio-economic inequality.

The surprising reason our correctional system doesn’t work

In the United States, 67% of inmates released from prison will return having committed a new crime within three years. Simply put, the criminal justice system doesn’t accomplish what it was designed to do. But why is it failing?

How You Can Help

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START A CONVERSATION

Conversations make things happen. Whether it’s a talk at Thanksgiving dinner or with your pastor, having conversations will shift hearts and minds.

Volunteer

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Vote

Vote for policies that help the formerly incarcerated have access to decent housing, healthcare, safety, vocational training and hope.

Advocate

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We believe in
second chances 

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with programs and services that promote self-sufficiency and public safety. We serve those impacted by criminal justice involvement by offering basic resources, advocacy, peer support, mentorship, workforce development, housing, educational and vocational training, and scholarships. 

- Arne Kvernvik Nilsen

Norway’s prison’s governor and a former minister and psychologist.

Reduce Recidivism

According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics there are nearly 2.3 million men and women incarcerated in the United States. 

 

Access to Resources

Research shows that although ninety percent of those who are incarcerated are eventually released; while in custody most of them have little to no access to rehabilitative and reentry services.

Reintegration Suppport

These individuals are released into their communities without the support and resources that are desperately needed to address their criminogenic needs and assist them with successful reintegration into society.