Michigan Prisoner Reentry Initiative (MPRI): Established in 2005, MPRI is a solution of the state of Michigan towards recidivism and good treatment to care for inmates after their time in prison. The Initiative aims at providing ex-offenders with education, training and assistance so that they can re-integrate into the society and become good law-abiding citizens.
Northwest Michigan Prisoner Reentry: As a cooperation of the Michigan Department of Corrections and Northwest Michigan Council of Governments, the Prison Reentry program aims at creating a safer community by reducing recidivism of inmates and helping their reconnection with housing, employment, life skills and social responsibilities.
Michigan Works!: Founded in 1987, the Michigan Works! Association delivers better-integrated system for the workforce of Michigan to find opportunities, help, and assistance with their employment. It also supports the Michigan state with better workforce unification and a systematized solution to improve Michigan economic health.
Goodwill of West Michigan : Goodwill Industries takes pride in delivering diverse employment programs for their clients to meet with a wide range of society needs. Goodwill not only cares for assisting customers in finding and keeping jobs, but also works towards helping them with their tax works and other financial aids, skill development, etc.
JVS: The JVS is proud of its history in helping people tackle challenges in life and live better. This program holds a commitment to the community and works with all our heart to help our customers. Thousands of people have trusted JVS for its services and well-crafted assistance programs.
United Way of Southeastern Michigan : By cooperation and collaboration of many social agencies and partners, we believe we can solve challenges together to help Detroit become great. We have a wide range of programs carried out every day to serve the community in various aspects. The Grater Detroit movement is its focus and it can solve the problems that affect it all, together.
Urban League of Detroit: The top priority of the Urban League of Detroit is to provide good conditions and assistance for African Americans and other color skin citizens to overcome struggle and make their achievements in life. Coping with Detroit continuous change and development. The Urban League never fails to counsel, care for and enable its citizens to live a happy and healthy life in Detroit.
MPRI-Breaking the Cycle: The MPRI-Braking the Cycle aims at those who have served their time in incarceration with a specialized cognitive restructuring program. This program has various tools and training courses to help reduce the recidivism and nurture the behavioral and emotional responses of inmates when they are transitioned back to the neighborhoods.
Oakland County – Life Employment and Skills Program for Felons – (LESP): This program can cut the time of incarceration for ex-offenders up to 25%. The program accepts new member registration every week and has specific training courses for social skills over a period of six weeks. The structured program requires willingness for self-exploration of inmates in order for their admissions and services.