Our primary goal is to provide residential care to formerly incarcerated people who are at risk of homelessness. Clients can live in our community for six months to two years while they secure employment and become self-sufficient.
We are looking to increase access to higher education for those reentering civilian life. Volunteer-led programs will include literacy tutoring and degree attainment support.
Through community partnerships, we plan to secure support and guidance for clients seeking gainful employment. With the help of partnering career resource providers, clients can build vocational skills and better support themselves and their families.
We plan to partner with local healthcare resources to help clients secure mental health support, addiction counseling, and preventative care.