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Important Links

News & Events

These are valuable links to websites that will give you more information about our cause.

State of California Transitional Housing Programs 

Partner Organizations & Agencies

Ten Toes In

Ten Toes In is an organization with a focus on relationship building programming for incarcerated men and their families. 

211 LA County

A resource site from ranging from reentry support to mental health services.

South Bay One Stop

This is a great resource for career building, business development for individuals facing barriers to employment and education. This One Stop is located in the city of Inglewood California.

Book Publishing

Timeless Words Publishing

If you are looking for a resource to either begin writing your book, publish or marketing of your book, here's a great pace to start for a very reasonable price.


Root and Rebound

Root and Rebound offers legal assistance and training for those in reentry as well as service providers with reentry client base.

Prisoner Reentry Network

Prisoner Reentry Network (PRN) was founded to support individuals anticipating release from prison by providing information and resources to individuals anticipating release from prison.

The PRN provides directions home, information on obtaining identification and social services, and connections to service providers on the outside. PRN also supports individuals each week through the Hope for Lifers program, a program organized and run by prisoners committed to life sentences inside San Quentin State Prison. For example, as part of its “Directions Home” project, PRN called all of CA’s prisons to determine where they take individuals when they are released.

If you know someone anticipating release from prison, feel free to ask what PRN can do for them.

Prison & Business Consulting Services

Prison Consulting USA

PCUSA is an LLC which you may seek out for technical assistance, training and development for a new organization with a social justice focus


Defy Ventures, Inc

Transforming former inmates, gang members and hustlers into entrepreneurs

It's Never Too Late To Change