BECOME A CLIENT

In addition to hope, we offer our clients support,
training, guidance and access to essential resources.
We pride ourselves on providing services that meet the
diverse needs of our participants.

Clients are required to complete a pre-vocational training
leadership workshop and encouraged to participate in our
mentoring program. We also offer leadership training, job
development services and basic computer training.

HOW TO BECOME A CLIENT

Adjusting and finding a sense of normal can be challenging after being incarcerated. Hope for Prisoners understands that and offers a wide range of services and access to resources to help you or a loved one make the transition and successfully reenter the community as a contributing member.

To become a client, you…

  • Have had contact with the judicial system,
  • Have a background that is creating barriers to success
  • Are willing and able to work, and
  • Are willing to commit to a long-term process (18 months or more)

If you meet these requirements and are interested in joining the program, you need to take these steps to become a client:

1. Complete Intake Form

The first step to enrolling in the HOPE for Prisoners program is to complete an intake form. Walk-ins are welcome at our office Mon-Fri from 8:30am until 5:00pm or simply complete the intake online using the link below. All clients must have valid identification and a social security card.

2. Attend Orientation

Each month, HOPE for Prisoners conducts a 90-minute orientation that will cover all of the details of our process, what is expected from our clients to ensure your success and what you can expect from us.

3. One-on-One Interview

Once you have attended an orientation, you will be scheduled to meet with one of our staff members for a one-on-one interview and and needs assessment.

4. Submit a Drug Test

Incoming clients must agree to submit to a drug test as part of the enrollment process. We encourage a drug-free environment and want to offer help to those who may be struggling with addiction.

5. Letter of Commitment

Clients who have completed the enrollment process are expected to sign a letter of commitment to remain in compliance with our program requirements as we will work tirelessly to help you achieve your success!

Real Life Stories From Our Graduates

Hope for Prisoners commits to helping people successfully reunite with their families and reenter the workforce and our community.

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