We connect returning citizens* to a second chance.

 

*Returning citizens are people who have paid their debts to society behind bars, and are returning to their community outside of confinement—to keep them from returning to jail requires the gift of a second chance.

 

We connect returning citizens* to a second chance.

*Returning citizens are people who have paid their debts to society behind bars, and are returning to their community outside of confinement—to keep them from returning to jail requires the gift of a second chance.

Organizations we’ve partnered, collaborated, and worked with:

 

We’re creating a path to a better life upon inmates’ release.

Essentially, we’re the bridge between inmates and life-changing programs and services that help them make the best of life’s second chances upon their release. The resources we connect returning citizens to serve as a key factor in lowering recidivism rates.

 

Recidivism?

What’s that?

It may not be a word you use regularly around your kitchen table, but it’s a word worth knowing. Recidivism refers to the all too common cycle of men and women going in and out of jail or prison. HPJM wants to see this cycle broken, as should you.