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A roof over your head is far more than living in a shelter. It's the foundation. Accountability is the foundation for this service model. Residents are held accountable for their behavior and progress throughout the program, while the staff is responsible for adhering to procedures that promote public safety. Every resident undergoes assessment and individualized program planning. Measures of program progress include:
The residential program strives to forge the essential alliance between criminal justice supervision and other community stakeholders to provide our clients with the resources and guidance necessary to lead productive lives and achieve restoration of citizenship. Providing transitional housing and programs specific to the re-entry of previously incarcerated persons in the community is essential to their success. It not only reduces their chances of going back to prison, but it also reduces the chances of committing further crimes.
To help a previously incarcerated person achieve crime-free lives without reoffending in their community.
To provide comprehensive service as well as a safe, structured, supervised environment that empower individuals in need.
Individuals released from incarceration face significant challenges looking for housing, work, and positive connections in the community. This will leads to a vulnerable population to failure and return to imprisonment. Join us, and together we will make an impact.
That conviction is where the process of change really begins — with the realization that just because a certain abuse has taken place in the past doesn’t mean that we have to tole. That conviction is where the process of change really begins
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