Individuals released from prison, jail or treatment programs return to their communities with fewer resources and bigger problems than when they left. Without the basic necessities of life, they soon fall back into their old lifestyles and habits. The purpose of Seeds of Hope is to provide programs and services that will give these individuals the support and strength necessary to turn their lives around. From the essentials, such as food and shelter, to providing job assistance and emotional support to rebuild healthy relationships, we do everything we can to give brighter futures to those we serve through our programs.
Please read more about the specific programs and services we offer:
- Many resources are available to those who are recently released from prison, such as cash, food, job search, and housing assistance.
- Second Chance Reentry Initiative Mentoring Program (SCRIMP) provides mentoring and educational opportunities that promote safe, stable, happy and productive lives.
- Moral Reconation Therapy
- Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) is a highly effective program specifically for individuals who have experienced repeated incarceration that helps participants develop honesty, a sense of responsibility, and higher levels of moral reasoning.
If you are interested in signing up for one of our programs, or would like to refer someone who you think would be a good candidate, please contact us.
Interested in volunteering to be a mentor for a Seeds of Hope program? See our volunteer section for more information.