Edwin Gould Services for Children
The IMP is a specially designed preventive program
that addresses the unique needs of mothers parenting their children from
prison in New York. The main goal of the IMP is to prevent foster care
placement by assisting women and their children during and after the
time of arrest; court; jail; and as they return to the community. IMP
provides advocacy, foster care prevention, counseling, and vocational
training, and also prison-based parenting groups to serve fathers.
Prisoners re-entry advocacy and support for
prisoners in NY.
North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services
NCPLS provides legal assistance to inmates in the
North Carolina Department of Correction ranging from advice about
prisoner's legal rights to representation in litigation in state and
federal court. Cases are accepted based on referrals from attorneys as
well as direct requests from inmates or individuals acting on behalf of
inmates incapable of requesting legal assistance. The organization is
divided into three teams of attorneys and paralegals: Post-Conviction,
Civil, and Support Services.
Project Return equips former offenders with the
education, coaching, and support services necessary to gain employment
and begin a new life.
Pre-Release Program: Project Return conducts
pre-release programs in correctional facilities to prepare inmates for
their release dates. Through these programs, participants learn about
Project Return's services and begin job readiness training.
Reentry Program: Project Return conducts a 3-day
training every week that prepares prisoners to return to their
Supportive Housing and Innovative Partnerships
Clean and sober housing, therapeutic community
program, alternative to
sentencing, life skills program, drop-in recovery
are only available in Boise Idaho.