New Beginnings Foundation, Inc was founded to provide prison ministry and reentry programs to justice-impacted people. Its mission is to reduce recidivism by helping incarcerated individuals develop a foundation of spiritual wellness. In addition, its goal is to provide post-release connection to community resources and support groups, promoting responsible and productive citizens, stronger families, and safer communities. The founder of New Beginnings created “Pathway to Freedom.” This model is currently being implemented at three Alabama prisons: Kilby Correctional Facility in Montgomery (men), Julia Tutwiler in Wetumpka (women), and the Montgomery Women’s Facility. The goal of the program is to help justice-impacted people get back on their feet after they get out of prison. Their organization offers Reentry resources for justice-impacted people, such as job seeker services. Please visit their website to access these job search tools. For more information on the services provided by New Beginnings, please contact them directly.
Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota's Reentry program is a no-cost program offered to individuals exiting incarceration to connect them to resources that help stabilize their lives and avoid a return to prison.