Meet Our Newest Clients | May 2024

Michael
Michael was 23 when he entered prison in 1980. After more than 40 years, he earned his second chance. "I always had hope I'd make it out," he said, "but it's been better than I could have imagined."
Warren
Warren went to prison when he was 16. After 46 years he was given a second chance. "My biggest hope is to show I've grown and to make a positive difference in the lives of those around me."
Frank
In 1980 Frank was given a life sentence. Now free after 43 years of incarceration, he is most thankful for the opportunity to reconnect with his siblings and other family members. "I wouldn't have made it to this day without their support.".
Ryan
Ryan was 15 when he was sentenced to life in prison. After 25 years he earned his second chance. "The biggest surprise has been how accepting and supportive people have been," he said. He is looking forward to starting his first job.
John
John spent 42 years in prison before earning his second chance. He used that time to improve himself through programs and work experience. "It's going to take a while to get caught up, but it's been amazing to see the world with my own eyes," he said. "It's easy to wake up with a smile each day now."
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