Preparation for release back into the community begins on the first day of incarceration. Let’s face it. Almost everyone who goes to jail or prison is going to be released someday. Ideally, people should be learning the skills they’ll need on the outside while they’re still inside. Unfortunately, that not always the case. That’s where reentry programs like ours come in.
To be eligible for free membership and to receive services from our programs, you must be at least 13 years old, and have been released from a correctional facility or be convicted and sentenced for a crime. Persons in pre-trial status are not eligible. You don’t have to be on probation or parole to be eligible.
We offer programs to assist people who were recently released from incarceration. You can learn more about the services we offer now and will be offering in the future by clicking on the links below.
- Gang Diversion: Offering new tools to help make better choices
- Life Skills: Skills to help navigate every day challenges of life.
- Entrepreneurship: Skills needed to own and run a new business.
- Job Readiness Training: Skills to find, obtain and keep a job on the outs.
- Film & Video Production: Learn to make films and videos.
- Leadership: The critical skills that all leaders have.
- Personal Development: Skills to set and reach goals to improve your life.
- Relapse Prevention: Skills to navigate life and prevent substance misuse relapse.
- Mentoring Program: Program graduates mentoring other members.
- Substance Misuse: Help ending harmful use of substances for non-medical purposes.
- Spiritual Fellowship: Insights to help promote your spiritual growth.
- Additional Benefits