Our Homecoming Project is unlike any other reentry housing program in the country, using available living spaces in the community to house people returning from prison. After six months, 100% of participants graduated with long-term living arrangements and 95% secured full-time employment.
Our Restorative Justice Project is keeping young people out of the justice system using community dialogue in 10 sites across the country. An evaluation of our San Francisco site showed that just 13% of participants were rearrested after completing the restorative justice process, compared to 53% of young people who did not participate.
California Justice Leaders is preparing formerly incarcerated young adults to become the next generation of community leaders. In its pilot year, 74% of Leaders graduated from the program and 81% graduated to paid employment.
Food in Prison is building knowledge and awareness of the eating experience in confinement. In 2020, Impact Justice released the first-ever national report on the state of food in prison.
Leading the effort to eliminate sexual abuse and sexual harassment in confinement, our National PREA Resource Center has trained and certified nearly 1,000 people to conduct audits of prisons, jails, and other confinement facilities around the country, keeping incarcerated people safe from sexual harm.
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