Empowering formerly incarcerated individuals
to overcome the systemic barriers of criminalization and recidivism.

The Social Cost of Mass Incarceration

Children have an incarcerated parent.

These children are more likely to be expelled or suspended from school than children without an incarcerated parent.


Formerly incarcerated men earn 40% less

Formerly incarcerated men earn approximately 11 % less per hour and 40% less per year than those who have never been incarcerated.

Who We Are

Our mission is to advocate for humane treatment and care to the segment of our society that is disabled, disenfranchised and vulnerable.

What We Do

We promote, “A Second Chance for Re-entry” into our communities and societies offering human services for all human beings in need of social programs.

How to Help

Become A Member Of The Second Chance Reentry Provider Network

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