Most if not all of our residents leave prison without any experience managing finances, and little familiarity with modern technology. SEIU has partnered with us to assist residents in financial planning, literacy in technology, and job placement.
Next Generation of Original Morning Star Baptist Church mentors our residents, provides spiritual guidance, and assists them in managing substance abuse issues.
LCL staffing, LLC assists our residents in preparing themselves for the job market and finding job placement.
Goodwill operates a re-entry program that assists our residents in being work-ready, including vocational certification and job training, in healthy living and life skills management, in computer literacy, in academic preparation, and overall supportive services – including ongoing mentoring.
Upon release, Tulane University School of Medicine provides an initial evaluation and ongoing transitional healthcare.
Through a “fair credit program” we have developed in partnership with First NBC of Louisiana our residents are able to utilize secured lines of credit to (re)build their credit history
Beginning in the fall of 2015 in partnership with the Orleans Parish Public Defenders Office we will be providing transitional legal services for our residents and clients. These services will include: family law, resolution of traffic warrants/tickets, public benefits, assistance with occupational license applications, and expungements.