To reintegrate former prisoners into the community, teens and young adults who have "aged-out" of foster care to reduce prison recidivism, and improve public safety through addressing the educational, training, employment, healthcare, housing, legal and family relationship needs of prisoners re-entering society by providing support and connection to needed services in the community before prisoners are released and while they are released, educating and navigating teens, young adults with continuous life skills, proper resources for a path to success.
HCF is a 501(c)3 non profit organization working to build positive and constructive relationships between ex-offenders, teens and young adults who have aged out of foster care and the community.
We help by continuously providing each pro-social support, putting them in contact with proper respondents for transitional housing, appropriate social service agencies, proper training for our ongoing projects and employment opportunities and seeking out financial assistance when available. Our services reduce recidivism by helping to ensure that the ex-offenders has access to legal updated and revised sources of support. Creating safer communities by providing ex-offenders the opportunity to transform their lives through positive support. partner with communities to reintegrate ex-offenders and community in a spirit of restorative justice. Partner with builders, government and community groups to maximize resources and opportunities for ex-offenders who are building new lives. Our work is relationship bases, person-centered, and responsive to the needs of the individual.
Those in need are not far away.
do yourself a favor and help me, help many.
Educating, motivating, navigating teens and young adults re-entering into the community, "Aged Out" of foster care to reach their highest level of independence has motivated myself, my coaches, my children, families and spouses of ex-offenders to develop cutting-edge strategy to maintain and keep self sufficiency, work towards ending violence and creating a safer community through crime prevention, civic engagement, public health and education, safe and quality housing, community and economic development and public policy-but I can't do it alone. Parents with proper mindset, community support and updated resources are required to accomplish what will take years of organized effort.
HCF Preventative Services, Inc.
A New Entry To Re-Entry, Health & Work Ministry is a nonprofit organization providing free and sliding scale transformational services and support to the formerly incarcerated ages 16-35, teens and young adults on the verge of being incarcerated between the ages of 16-35