The Fresh Start Reentry Center was started as a vision, a goal inspired to change the way a second chance is given! Many organizations begin the process with you but somewhere in the middle lose track of you. Fresh Start Reentry Center is just the opposite of that, once you’re in the program you’re a part of a community an investment to a better life!
The skills you gain at Fresh Start Reentry Center you will not find anywhere else. You gain knowledge to enhance your life beyond tomorrow and present circumstances. Fresh Start Reentry Center helps those who really want a second chance, who have a desire to learn and a passion to do better!
Skills You Learn:* Decision Making* Money Management* Career Exploration* Anger Management* Health and Fitness* Social Skills* Understanding Relationships* Adopting to Changes/Resiliency
Fresh Start Re-Entry Resource Center Offers: • Self Employment Development • Disclosure Interview Skills • Credit Reconstruction • Continued Support • Resume Writing
Fresh Start Community Services
A non-profit 501(c)(3) Arizona Corporation exist to help ex-offenders successfully re-enter communities upon prison release. With more than 2 million people incarcerated in federal, state and local jails, Our mission is to reduce recidivism.
Working as a collaborative catalyst with government and community agencies to provide resources for successful transition of persons into society. Educate the public, prospective employers, government agencies, community and faith- based organizations regarding the issues and needs of ex-offenders who re-enter society.
Fresh Start Community Services exist to reduce recidivism rates among men, women and youth. In collaborating with state, federal and community based agencies we provide resources for job training and placement, housing and food assistance,transportation, child care, technology and education services.
To raise awareness of concerns and challenges of incarcerated men, women and youth at risk and provide support for their families. Services are offered for ex-offenders, displaced workers; adjudicate youth and youth at risk, homeless and working class poor.
To provide necessary resources and skills for an individual to become self-sufficient. Advocate for positive change in policies and practices with law enforcement, the judiciary, industry and commerce to foster a collaborative approach to foster family and community reunification of ex-offenders.