Those of you who work to help people formerly incarcerated know that employment and housing are essential for rebuilding lives; you also know the difficulties involved in securing adequate identification to secure these essentials. Central Outreach and Advocacy, a partner of C.H.I.P., is asking any of you who have been hindered in helping someone because they did not have a valid Georgia I.D. to join them in asking the Department of Corrections to provide such identification. If you can help please write a letter. When your letter is ready contact Renée Snead, Director of Public Policy Advocacy, Central Outreach & Advocacy Center; she would like to pick up the letters. She is available at 404-601-3147 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She will answer any questions you may have.
Your single letter should be addressed to both commissioners (one letter for both) as follows:
Commissioner, Georgia Department of Driver Services
Post Office Box 80447
2206 East View Parkway
Conyers, Georgia 30013
Commissioner, Georgia Department of Corrections
Room 866, East Tower
Floyd Veterans Memorial Building
2 Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive, S.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30334-4900
Dear Commissioners Dozier and Owens:
Here are some things you might want to include in your letter to the commissioners: