Center For Relational Living – The mission of A Center for Relational Living is to improve the quality of life of formally incarcerated men and women through mentoring and sustainable employment. A Center for Relational Living, also known as ACRL, has one program which is our Second Chances Program. Second Chances Program offers individuals that have a criminal background, as a barrier to employment, one-on-one mentoring and job development.
In Her Shoes, Inc. – In Her Shoes, Inc. is a 501 C3 non-profit agency, established to facilitate, nurture, and restore hope through community service with women coming out of incarceration. they were founded in 2010 and established workshops 2013. The organization is focused on empowering women that face risk of returning back to incarceration and they provide mentorship services, employment training, clothing, personal hygiene products and stable secure employment.
New Beginnings – Support group for ex-offenders meets on Sundays at 3 p.m., at 401 N. West St, Wilmington, DE., info: (302) 299-5600
Project New Start – It is our mission to create programs and partnerships that assist individuals in transition regain their dignity and contribute positively to their families and communities. The New Start reentry program combats violence and reduces recidivism. Goals include developing marketable skills, obtaining and sustaining employment and developing positive behaviors. And it’s doing just that!
VoA Delaware Valley – Volunteers of America Delaware Valley’s Re-Entry Services Division has a proven record of commitment, experience, versatility and competence in operating community reintegration programs. By combining diverse experiences with “state of the art” program approaches, a client-centered treatment team is available to respond to the needs of the clients. It is our goal to use effective treatment models that have been empirically tested and shown to reduce the probability of future criminal activity which results in recidivism reduction. Volunteers of America Delaware Valley provides evidence-based treatment interventions to clients in an effort to reduce the risk of re-offending and promote public safety.
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