We firmly believe that individuals who have served their sentence and fulfilled their obligations to the courts and victims deserve a fair and equal opportunity to reintegrate into society—NO strings attached. This will keep our communities safe.
We vision a more straightforward and efficient method for individuals with prior criminal records to expunge their records once the courts have discharged their sentence. It is unacceptable that the stigma of being a “felon” sticks with them indefinitely.
One critical aspect of reentry reform is addressing addiction and substance abuse among formerly incarcerated individuals. Addiction poses significant challenges to successful reintegration, affecting communities, public safety and families,
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Addressing crime in Albuquerque requires a multi-faceted approach that involves collaboration between law enforcement agencies, community organizations, and city officials. Strategies such as community-oriented policing, proactive enforcement, and targeted interventions can help reduce crime rates and improve public safety. Additionally, investing in social programs, education, and economic development can address the underlying factors that contribute to criminal behavior.
El Camino Creative Inc role in all of this.
Reintegrating into society post-release from jail is a daunting challenge, especially for those without independent living experience. Our program tackles this issue head-on by offering vocational training, educational workshops, and entrepreneurship courses to ex-convicts. We lay emphasis on technology-based trades and instruct them on navigating the hiring process in compliance with EEOC guidelines. Additionally, we collaborate with probation and parole officers, rehabilitation centers, and the court system to propagate the importance of second chances and curb crime in our communities. Your donation to our cause is critical in ensuring the safety and well-being of your community.
THE SOCIAL JUSTICE TEAM
Team El Camino Creative
Blogger. Social justice warrior. Won’t sleep until everyone is treated equally in the workplace, the housing market, and in society. After the punishment is discharged, our rights should be restored and our records expunged.
Texas Tech Grad. Registered Nurse and grant writer. Tabitha loves her horses. She wants to start a felon horse program here in Albuquerque. Horses are a natural form of meditation and strength.
Johnny has been passionately engaged in numerous social justice movements for the last four decades. He possesses exceptional writing abilities and serves as a crucial fountainhead of information.