Prisoner ReEntry in Atlanta select Publications from the list on the left of the OUCP website
A Policy Statement from Presbyterian Church USA citing the prevelance of mental illness among incarcerated individuals.
partners with churches, like-minded ministries, government and volunteers seeking the transformation of prisoners and their reconciliation to God, family, and community. For more information about Prison Fellowship and its programs visit PrisonFellowship
Contact Brenda McGowan, Southeast Area Director Prison Fellowship, P.O. Box 20490, Atlanta, GA 30325 Phone (404) 481-8208; Fax (770)628- 0775
, 765 McDaniel Street, S. W., Suite 3104, Atlanta, 30310, 404/658-9606. Parents returning to society find support services at Foreverfamily to help them stay connected with their families and stay on track to a productive life. Visits for children with incarcerated parents. Programs designed to nurture these kids socially, emotionally, and educationally.
Agencies supporting reentry
M.E.N.S. Wear Inc.
Project Second Chance Our goal is to change the cycle of incarceration by changing the MINDSET. Reentry program is customized and includes employment training, life skills, and consumer economics.