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& Re-Entry


Here is what we know... There are approximately 10.5 million arrests made every year, 80% are for low-level, nonviolent offenses. 

Losing your freedom, even for just a few days, can mean losing your job, housing, and even your children.

All of which place additional burdens on families, communities, and an already overburdened system of support services. 

Recidivism rates exceed 65%. That is why we are here. Sustainable change reduces recidivism rates and aids families. 

Re-Entry after Incarceration

Institutionalization is dehumanizing in many ways. 

Many incarcerated individuals become conditioned to the belief that their past decisions have made them unworthy of a better life, that they are incapable of making wise choices, and that change is not possible for them. 

As a result, reacclimating to society can be overwhelming mentally, emotionally, and physically. While undoubtably finding employment and securing housing are two critical components for re-entry, failure to equip them with the adequate life skills, coping mechanisms, and response tools for reunification leaves former inmates vulnerable to re-offend and repeat the cycle. 

The secret to successful reunification & re-entry is to start early by treating the needs of the whole person, BEFORE they are released. 


Modules include:

  • Generational Review

  • Behavior Analysis

  • Impact Assessment

  • Effective Communication

  • Active Listening

  • Goal Setting

  • Critical Thinking

  • Cause & Effect Reasoning 

  • Financial Literacy/Budgeting

  • Boundary Setting

  • Anger Management

Private Contract:  

  • Type: Small or Large Group Sessions

  • Length:  90 days

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Frequency: 1x/week, customized scheduling available

  • Model: Live: Virtual or In-Person

  • Maximum Participants: 25

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