Uniting for a
Common Cause

Despite the extraordinary cost to taxpayers, the U.S. criminal justice system is failing to equip people with the necessary resources and opportunities to successfully re-enter society.

Numerous stakeholders want to create safer and healthier communities. Yet, many agencies, organizations and workgroups often work in silos, unable to effectively collaborate. We’ve created this platform to change this.

of incarcerated people will be released
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spent on mass incarceration
of people return to custody after release

We Are Committed to

Correcting Injustices

Transforming Lives

Healing Communities

What We Do

We allow reentry service providers, criminal justice reform leaders, academics and community activists to come together to effectuate meaningful change.

By providing a centralized platform where every stakeholder can have their voices heard, share information, promote restorative activities, and build solutions, we can increase public safety, create healthier communities and improve the lives of those impacted by the system.

We envision a society where people unite to
create a more just and equitable world.

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