Aid to Inmate Mothers (AIM): The AIM Program brings together separated mother and children regularly by visits within the prison, care services for extended families as well as educational activities that provide the support and connection that go beyond the bars.
Alabama Work Release and Prison Reentry (AIDT): The AIDT Program includes Bonding services, Tax Credit benefit, On-the-Job Training and more to assist and provide work release individuals and ex-offenders with an opportunity to work and reduce the State’s burden of expenses.
Jefferson County CPR Network: The Jefferson County CPR Network seek and bring together local welfare Organizations to address and resolve targeted issues the Community is facing in Reintegrating ex-offenders and reduce recidivism rate.
Fountain House: The Fountain House is more than just a halfway house. Nice amenities, an atmosphere well-prepared to foster life-changing friendships and experience as well as accompanied mentorship from Christian coaches are here to restore life back to its better form.
The Lovelady Center: The Lovelady Center is here for women and children in need of overcoming barriers in life, with various and effective forms of coaching and support ranging from basic needs such as food, housing, medical services to counseling, behavioral coaching and education activities.
The Foundry: The Foundry takes Christ’s Example and aim to welcome and extend its love unconditionally to people in need, particularly in the forms of channeling His forgiveness and its sincere assistance in freeing an individual comprehensively from their past challenges.
Department of Labor Prison Reentry Initiative: One of the biggest and top Reintegration of Ex-offenders Program that provides job counseling, training and case management service to non-violent ex-convicts that meet the DLPRI’s funding priority. This consistently remains the top program receiving award funding from the Ministry of Labor/ Employment Training Administration since 2009.