Tia state’s the beginning of successful reentry is to be honest about your past & move forward. She also states reentry starts day one of the incarceration.
Successful reentry programs give individuals like Tia opportunities to support themselves through legitimate and productive work, reducing recidivism and improving public safety.
American prisons and jails holds over 2 million people at any given time. Preparation for the return of the people requires an entire community support.
For Tia, the anxiety, and frustration of not being able to land & keep a full-time job once she was released from Federal Prison -was a major concern but not her only concern. She also did not have the money to buy the business wardrobe that would be needed to satisfy her employer.
Tia always looked polished and received compliments for her style & the way she dressed, every-time she walked into her work place.
With Tia's closest she is able to help women get dressed for work and professional events. To support our Dress for Success also known as Tia's closest. Please contact us by email email@example.com
Collaborative Community Partnerships-
Supporting Racial Equity by by:
Gathering and analyzing disaggregated data. Conduct system analysis of root causes of inequities. Identify strategies and target resources to address root causes of inequities.
We conduct race equity impact assessments to share the data with networks & community partners, grassroots organizations-so we can collective understand and communicate the systems of Racial Equity.
Academic Mentoring/CMS Schools
and in the Community
We provide support through volunteer services and support Groups:
Beyond the Bars Program
Virtual Classes with MCSO
How to locate family/friends inside the federal system
Close the gap and be the change
Youth Mentoring/Advocacy https:///www.cedricdean.com
Spirit of the Word Church https://sotwc.org
Hope Covenant House https://loavesandfishes.org
Good Industries of the Southern Piedmont http://goodwillsp.org
The National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls: https://thecouncil.us
Families for Justice for Healing: https://justiceashealing.org
The Ladies of Hope Ministries https://thelohm.org
Mothers in Charge https://kidsofincarceratedmoms.com
Miquelle West Started a Movement for her Mother’s Freedom after 26 plus Years of Federal Incarceration https://freemichellewest.com
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Tiawana Homes is a Housing program and Sober Living space-through Beauty after the Bars that provides SAFE Housing for Women and Girls. Start up Funding for this program is through Susan Burton - A NEW WAY OF LIFE- BATB is the first and only approved Safe Home replicator in the City of Charlotte and the State of North Carolina.