How to Earn Other’s Trust

June 20th, 2023|

Upon your release, you may find that your relationships with friends or family members have changed. Parents, spouses, employers, and friends may feel as though trust has been broken, depending on your situation. New people you meet may be hesitant [...]

A Desire to Change

June 15th, 2023|

Jaime E. was born into a toxic environment. He never met his father, and his mother had a severe drug addiction. Jaime was sexually abused from age six until his mother died when he was just ten years old. His [...]

Different Ways to Pay for School

June 6th, 2023|

If you are thinking about going back to school, you may also be thinking about how you will pay for it. Do not let the cost of school discourage you. There are many resources available to help you pay for [...]

How to Deal With Treatment Fatigue

May 31st, 2023|

You may not be familiar with the term treatment fatigue, or the effects it can have on your reentry success. The reentry treatment process can feel like a full-time job in the early stages of your transition, leaving you feeling [...]

Finding Her Saving Grace

May 25th, 2023|

Deborah H. grew up with an abusive mother. Throughout her childhood, she was subjected to physical punishment. Eventually, when the trauma became too much, she moved out. This decision left her homeless with little to no resources or support. She [...]

Prescription Assistance Programs

May 17th, 2023|

Getting your prescriptions at an affordable price may be one of the challenges you face after incarceration. With or without insurance, medications can be very expensive. According to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, U.S. prescription drug spending in 2020 was [...]

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