BDAI (Before, During and After Incarceration) is a nonprofit that advocates for the incarcerated by providing restorative programming, family support, and community education about alternatives to incarceration while engaging local and statewide stakeholders to improve the criminal justice system. They majorly work for family Support, Restorative Justice Advocacy, Programming and Mental Health Advocacy and Release Referals. BDAI is recognized as a dynamic voice for restorative justice and legal system reforms. BDAI' goals are to humanize the faces of the incarcerated; change the attitude of the community towards the incarcerated through education and advocacy; change the culture in jail from a culture of punishment to one of recovery; advocate for programs that will improve: A.) diversion from jail B.) rehabilitation services in jail and C.) success in reentering the community once released. BDAI welcomes individuals and their families who have been affected previously or are currently impacted by incarceration & BDAI Volunteers for their events. A meal is provided in a relaxing gathering and a short presentation may occur to update attendees regarding BDAI’s activities. Also, childcare and activities are provided.