We identify basic needs like food, clothing, transportation, and shelter/housing. With shelter/housing including rental assistance and utilities. An additional basic, need we identify to assist ex-offenders returning to the community is issuing payment vouchers for state identification, birth certificates, or driver’s license
We will provide supportive housing for individuals who qualify, where they will have the opportunity to be sheltered and participate in our additional programs.
Immediately upon release, our clients will have the option to be matched with a mentor. The initial role of the mentor in this program is to assist the client with their initial needs upon release from prison.
Learn various financial skills, including personal financial management and budgeting. Our computer based learning systems allows our clients to go at their own pace.
Provides ex-offenders access to employers that we build partnerships and collaborations with.
In this program we assist our clients prepare for sustainable employment. We focus on resume writing, proper workforce attire, and interview skills.