Change:

Our non-profit organization provides women and veterans who were formally incarcerated with the assistance that they need to get back on their feet and recover. We also have programs to keep urban youth out of the prison pipeline.

We offer the following services for free to people in need:

• Drug & Alcohol Counseling
• Mental Health Faciiitation
• Temporary Housing
• Free Clothes to the Homeless
• Career Planning
• College Scholarships

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Our Motivation:

Every day, thousands of women and veterans are released from prison. Sadly, many of them end up homeless, battling mental health illnesses, and eventually, back in prison.

Our goal is to greatly reduce those numbers and give these individuals a real shot at getting a second chance.

Our goal is to help them to:

• Manage mental illnesses
• Regain confidence and self-esteem
• Reestablish a bank account
• Reconnect to society
• Find employment opportunities
• and more!

Your Donation Can Make a Big Difference!

Our organization is 100% funded by donations from individuals, corporations and other non-profit organizations. All contributions go directly to our nationwide initiatives to help fight against prison reform!

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We need your help!

Benefits of Supporting Our Cause:

Reducing the Amount of Homeless Women on the Streets

Between 1980 and 2020, the number of incarcerated women increased by more than 475%. This means that there are more than 150,000 women in American who are currently incarcerated. Many of them, once released from prision, suffer from various mental illnesses and end up homeless.

Helping Women to Re-Enter Society

Previously incarcerated women who may not necessarily end up homeless still need assistance with housing, personal care, clothing, mental health therapy, opening a bank account, getting a driver's license, etc.

Helping Veterans Who End Up Homeless

Sadly, many U.S. veterans who once served our country often resort to abusing alcohol and drugs to be able to deal with their traumatic experiences in war. Often, this leads to crime, imprisonment, and later homelessness and even more mental anguish. They also often need help successfully re-entering society (housing, clothing, personal care, drug and alcohol counseling, career planning, etc.)

Keeping Urbans Teens Out of Prison

On any given day, nearly 60,000 young people under the age of 18 are incarcerated in America's prisons and juvenile jails. Ultimately, the solution is to have programs in place that will keep them out of trouble in the first place.