Educating prisoners to give them an oppertunity to develop and pursue life goals and skills. Educating the students of our heroes so we can support our nation.
- Give the prisoners a chance to work and raise money to help and pay back their debt communities, I can really help society and help the prisoners repay their community.
- There is a program in Arkansas (Sharp Country Detention Center) that helps inmates recover from what they did by helping their community by cleaning up. it gives them a new light¨. In the way of having a good mentality. It also helps the communities that they are helping.
- This organization(release community work program) Invites prisoners help the country around the united states. it makes the prisoners more aware of how they can help their community and reflect on what they could have done wrong. And it Helps them have a future in jobs and a working mentality.
- If Prisoners are medically well enough they have to work. They can get 12 to 40 cents an hour
- There three main types of prison work programs, including jobs in prison, vocational training, and job search assistance prior to release.
- half of the formerly incarcerated cant find stable employment within their first year of return and three to fourths of them are rearrested in three years after release.
- UPAYA’S PRISON OUTREACH PROJECT
- to help inmates cultivate wholesome and prosocial changes of mind and behavior that help facilitate a more positive experience during incarceration and a successful re-entry into society
- NEW MEXICO
PRISON & JAIL PROJECT
- Prison and Jail Project Website
- NMPJP is a new organization that seeks to protect the rights of incarcerated people in New Mexico by bringing civil rights lawsuits on their behalf.
- Worth Rises
- worth rises website
- To dismantle the prison industry and end the exploitation of those it targets.
- APS Education Foundation
- APS education foundation
- The APS Education Foundation (APSEF) partners with the community to invest in innovative and enhanced learning opportunities to help APS students reach their full potential.
- Hope for Prisoners offers a variety of training programs for its clients to build and strengthen skills necessary for employment readiness, leadership development and success throughout the reintegration process.
- prison fellowship
- prison felowship
- We promote reforms that help transform those responsible for crime, validate victims, and create safer communities by: Advancing accountability that is proportional and restorative, including alternatives to incarceration where possible.
Our headquarters is in Washington, DC, right between the White House and the Washington Monument. We have branches across the country.We have a major setup in every state, but our largest branches are in New Mexico, New York, Washington DC, and Ohio.