The Safer Foundation’s mission is to provide support and services for the whole person to help break the cycle of recidivism. They encourage the work of formerly incarcerated people and help them become self-sufficient, employed members of the community and prevent a return to prison. Safer Foundation believes that equal employment opportunities for justice-impacted people will transform communities and generations. They offer two education programs to assist individuals in obtaining a GED and pursuing higher education. Safer Foundation also includes an institute dedicate to policy changes that protect the rights of justice-impacted people and a community-development center. Individual services include financial assistance, food support and behavioral health services. Individuals can contact the program directly for information or support programming.