Criminal Justice - We Raise Foundation

Criminal Justice

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Criminal Justice. By promoting equality for those impacted by the criminal justice system, we initiate a cycle of hopefulness. Half of released American prisoners end up going back to jail within three years. We’re making sure that changes.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE GRANTS

We believe inmates and ex-offenders offered support and training upon re-entry will more likely become integrated, contributing members of society.

We Raise Foundation invests in programs that reduce rates of recidivism, provide education opportunities and healing to those serving prison sentences, and connect individuals to resources that will help them thrive once they’re released back into society.

AT EASE MINISTRY TO INCARCERATED VETERANS/ RESTORATIVE JUSTICE COURT (LCLC)

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE GRANTS

We believe effective justice requires consequences for those who break the law, but often this results in a lifelong impact, ensuring the same behaviors. We support programs that interrupt this cycle and give hope for a brighter future.

We Raise Foundation invests in programs that reduce rates of recidivism, provide education opportunities and healing to those serving prison sentences, and connect individuals to resources that will help them thrive once they’re released back into society.

AT EASE MINISTRY TO INCARCERATED VETERANS/ RESTORATIVE JUSTICE COURT (LCLC)

Restorative Justice
Community Court

The Restorative Justice Community Court (RJCC) will serve 18-26 year olds from Chicago’s North Lawndale community who are charged with non-violent felonies and misdemeanors.The RJCC engages the community in restorative justice practices with victims and offenders, coupled with social services, to heal and strengthen all affected, thus building community capacity to address crime.

Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice

Restorative Justice
Community Court

The Restorative Justice Community Court (RJCC) will serve 18-26 year olds from Chicago’s North Lawndale community who are charged with non-violent felonies and misdemeanors.The RJCC engages the community in restorative justice practices with victims and offenders, coupled with social services, to heal and strengthen all affected, thus building community capacity to address crime.

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