Transforming Lives

Finding Help, Being Heard

Whether it’s finding a Reentry Service Provider or having your voice heard with our Individual Impact Surveys our goal is to equip justice involved and returning community members with the best tools, resources and services to help them finally break free from the cycles of poverty, mass incarceration and homelessness!

(* See Individual Impact Surveys below)

Being Released Wholly Unprepared

0 %
of prisoners have a bachelor degree or higher
0 %
of homeless report a history of incarceration
0 %
of prisoners have four or more ACEs
Achivement Gap
Housing Instability
Stunted Development

In 1940, 4.6% of the U.S. population had a bachelors degree or higher. Today, 35% of the population do.

Incarcerated people are 10 times more likely to be homeless than the general public.

78% of prisoners have four or more ACEs compared to 15.8% of the U.S. population.

Change the narrative by sharing your success.

Complete surveys to demand better solutions.

Identify the best reentry service providers.

Organizations Providing Opportunities

Key players making a positive impact.
Click on any area to learn more about those helping the justice involved.

Education Attainment
Employment Assistance
Housing Security
Personal Healing
Vocational Training

Bridging the Gap

With recidivism rates as high as 83%, we must ask the question, “are people coming out of incarceration better than when they had gone in?” If the answer is “No”, we have to ask, “why not?”

Whether it’s healing from traumas, ensuring housing stability or providing opportunities for system impacted people to economically thrive, we must do better!