We aim to lower the Recidivism rate by providing educational services to those in the system.
Through government grants and private donations, we can provide the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated population with desperately needed educational services and job training to help them re-enter society.
Why and How?
Prison, jail, parole, or probation cannot provide the job training needed to get this demographic the jobs necessary to survive. If we can come to a happy medium, the recidivism rate in this country will plummet, the crime rate will plummet, this can only help.The lower the recidivism rate the safer our neighborhoods, schools, children, friends and families will be.
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What We Stand For
Historical statistics prove that when a felon finds employment that they are happy with, the recidivism numbers go down into the single digits. Unfortunately, incarcerated individuals do not get the skills necessary to come out of jail or prison to get an good job and survive. They are not equipped to handle the stressors of everyday life. In fact, they get very few usable skills, they hate, that’s pretty much it in a nutshell. The skills that these warriors would learn would lower recidivism, curb violence, and reunite families. Because the rules regarding housing and employment are so set in stone, these men and women need all the tools necessary to win.
Everyone on this planet deserves an education. Everyone on this planet deserves to able to use said education for a job. Private prisons are destroying this dream by not providing education and vocational training.
Felons in the USA
Who still can’t vote
Our goal is to provide educational and practical vocational training to the men and women who are currently in our criminal justice system. We are NOT advocating for better treatment or lesser sentences. We are trying to provide more educational programs to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals. The goal is that they have the necessary skills needed to find gainful employment. With a good job, these individuals will not reoffended hence lowering or ending the recidivism rate in our country.
We Create Opportunities
In order to qualify for certain grants we must maintain that we are solid at what we do. We live and breath to provide felons the opportunity to survive.
The purpose of our portfolio is to show that we have the skills necessary to teach and train. And that we advocate for human rights.
Felons are some of the greatest artist on the planet. Let them live by helping them move forward. We would you want to punish someone who in the eyes of the law, the courts, the highest power declared them free men and women?
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Encompass Everyone is our motto. With that said, please trust that we will never ever sell your information to anyone.
This is the point of no return. If you go beyond this point you are on your own.
FOLLOW THE WHITE RABBIT
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED
Is the System broken because these laws Concerning felons Have Not changed in 350 years?
What is it like to be felon? Does society contribute to the recidivism numbers?
When one is a felon, life is not so easy. It can be debilitating, frustrating, and annoying, and you are ready to give up at any second to contribute to the recidivism statistics. But, most of the time, we are punished for life and deflated and humiliated by society. So why let us out in the first place if all you’re going to do is hate us for a lifetime? Once our punishment is over and we have paid our dues, why are we felons for life? And you wonder why the recidivism numbers are astronomical? Society needs to stop oppressing felons.
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Our Resources Page
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Crime is unnecessary there is no place for crime.
Fighting crime is simple. You take away the drugs, pills and booze.
These are resources for family members to stay in touch
Your Loved Ones
In custody or released. That is the Question.
MDC Info Page
What you need to know about the Big Evil.
The Albuquerque Underground News. Check it out.
A Social Worker Can Make All The Difference
THESE ARE THE SILENT UNSUNG HEROES WHO MAKE THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCES
Social Workers, Doctors, Counselors, Addiction Therapist, And Everyone In The Mental Health
Clinical Social Workers
Social workers in a criminal justice setting often assess new arrivals to the prison and develop inmates’ treatment and support plans. Also, they provide individual therapy and psychosocial, educational support groups; provide referrals to medical or mental health services, and track the progress and compliance of inmates.
License Drug and Alcohol Counselor
This person is vital to the success of the inmates in a more micro setting. A compulsive or regular substance use counselor supports people with drug and alcohol problems, eating disorders, and other behavioral issues. They teach individuals how to modify their behavior with the intention of full recovery.
Rules of Being A Felon
There are 21 million felons in the US and growing. Felons are the most underrated, unrepresented group in America today. If you want to end violence and end criminal behavior, you must remove drugs and alcohol. Seeing how that isn’t happening anytime soon, keep coming back!
WE ARE LESS THAN HUMAN
Society Views Us
Instead of something happening (this just seems like a no-brainer), maybe we should provide a little more assistance to felons. Change laws regarding what formerly incarcerated people can and can’t do. Put a more efficient classification system plan in place and get an employment certification to enable certain felons to get a job. Instead, their impact on society would be what they could bring to the table, the education they have, and the fact that they will be the best candidate.
We need to break the pseudo-standard that the formerly incarcerated are below the untouchables. The only way to accomplish this is by giving them the resources they need to succeed. So that they have equal opportunities to get that job, to prove to the world that it was worth it. .
AFTER YOUR SENTENCE
THE PROBATION & PAROLE OFFICER
After your sentence you will likely be sentenced to probation or parole. Do your time wisely. It’s advisable to do it away from the negativity that surrounded you before.
How many violations is it going to take for you to understand that the probation officer are there to help?
Who holds the metropolitan detention center accountable?
The only place in the city that stays open 24/7 and welcomes you with a warm smile, a set of oranges, a bedroll and a sacked lunch.
Digital Artwork By Dre
The reality of the situation is no one cares about us, more to the point nothing is being done to give criminal offenders a second chance. Why wouldn’t society want this change to happen? The more productive felons can be will only add value to the overall mechanics of the bigger picture.
This is a very touchy subject. There are so many opinions and so many outspoken words.
PLEASE RESPECT US. WE WILL RESPECT YOU
We mean no ill will. We want society to accept felons. Once their punishment is over and they have paid their dues, the felonies should disappear. It’s garbage that we have to wait another ten years after our punishment to get a pardon. The governor pardoned 19 people last year. You can get a temporary pardon but that doesn’t mean you will get fully pardoned.
THE CHASE NEVER ENDS WHEN THE JOURNEY BEGINS
In this case perception is not reality. Perception is when the playing field is even and both teams have a fair advantage. The reality is, for felons, the playing field is never fair.Andres, Founder El Camino Creative Inc.