Reentry Coaching & Support
As part of the Four-Seven Reentry program, individuals are paired with our Reentry Coordinators six months prior to their release. The coordinators provides focused support on their primary area(s) of need. Their knowledge of community resources, including area employers and transitional housing options, help clients successfully navigate their transition and avoid common reentry barriers.
To assist justice-involved individuals with their reentry into society by providing assistance with family reengagement, a supportive community and a reliable network of resources.
The Four-Seven Reentry team also provides and supports a variety of inside curriculum including two reentry simulations in the spring and fall each year. Residents returning home within three months confront, in a mock experience, the challenges and choices they will soon encounter ands aids in preparing NOW for a successful reentry. Our ministry's original curriculum Building Success, equips and empowers returning citizens to Create New Paths and Foundations rebuilt upon Accountability, Forgiveness, Hope as they delve into Preparing for Employment while Balancing Work and Life.equipping and empowering them to
When men and women come home they need positive and supportive community more than ever. In addition to community partner collaborations and Reentry coordinators we have a safe, non-judgemental Men's Support group, Breaking Chains that allows authenticity and sharing that promotes healing and builds trust. Breaking Chains meets twice a month on the first and third Wednesday at Crossroads Church and on Zoom.
We also realize reentry is a family journey from the time a loved one is separated; and that day...begins their journey HOME! So, we are here too to help families navigate the reentry with information, resources and collaboration with our family services.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call The Four-Seven Office directly at (513) 229-7947 for questions or assistance with Reentry Services
Dayton Correctional Reentry Simulation
In sixty to ninety minutes, the Simulation mimics the first month of release for ladies scheduled to go HOME within 3 months. Participants experience the struggles and challenges faced by individuals as they transition post release. During the simulation participants navigate obstacles such as getting IDs, reporting requirements, acquiring employment, housing, etc. By experiencing the simulation, volunteers also gain visibility into the resident's perspectives and discover innovative ways to help those we serve succeed. Our mission is that each participant leaves EMPOWERED and EQUIPPED to leave prison and never return!
Looking for reentry assistance for yourself or someone you know? Drop us a line and we're happy to assist you!