It is our mission to provide supportive service programs to recently released incarcerated adults, to significantly help to alter their life course by helping to reduce relapse and recidivism vulnerability and remove treatment barriers for individuals actively seeking recovery from substance use and mental health disorders through the provision of safe, supervised housing and related supportive services.”
To meet our mission and provide services in our community, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for support. Without the assistance of community-minded individuals just like you, we wouldn't be able to serve those in our community each year.
Our Transitional/Supportive housing programming offers participants with assistance in getting jobs, reuniting with families, assist in getting help, treatment and recovering from drug addiction/mental health problems. Participation in services is voluntary and is designed to meet the needs of each resident. Support services include:
F.A.C.E. (Freedom Advocates Celebrating Ex-Offenders) provide a safe environment, with shared living spaces. Through a caring and stable environment, individuals can learn daily living skills and receive a support network to help them transition back into mainstream society.
Educational, vocational and other recovery-oriented services
Medication management and counseling
Education and Training
Mentoring and support groups
Linkage to counseling for substance use and mental health issues
Linkage to housing assistance, emergency housing and food assistance
Strategies for presenting criminal backgrounds to employers
Information on sealing or expunging criminal records
Family reunification and child-support assistance
Referrals to medical services, mental health care and treatment for drug and alcohol use
Recommendations for other needed services, such as legal support
Assistance in gaining access to government benefits