UNLOCKING SECOND CHANCES
Have you or a loved one struggled because of your criminal record? Share your story with us. One testimony at a time, we can advance justice that restores.SHARE YOUR STORY
With 40 years of experience helping restore men and women behind bars, Prison Fellowship advocates for federal and state criminal justice reforms that transform those responsible for crime, validate victims, and encourage communities to play a role in creating a safe, redemptive, and just society.
In 2016, the bill, SF 3481, sought to provide more effective sentences for individuals charged with a drug crime and reinvesting savings in treatment options for those with substance abuse problems.
WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED
TELL YOUR STORY
Have you or a loved one struggled because of your criminal record? One testimony at a time, we can advance justice that restores.
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Tell your Governor and legislators to declare April as Second Chance Month so those who have paid their debt can reach their God-given potential!
We’re seeking Justice Advocates to build relationships with their state legislators, organize events, and promote justice reform.
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PRISON FELLOWSHIP IN MINNESOTA
Prison Fellowship's work in the state includes working to place youth on a restorative path in 2013 though H.F. 392 and S.F. 286. We were successful in enacted legislation which would bar public access to juvenile delinquency records and ensure that these young people are provided with the opportunity to be restored to a productive position in their community.
SIGN THE JUSTICE DECLARATION!
Grounded in biblical values and signed by over 100 Christian leaders, the Justice Declaration is a call to the Church to deploy its unique and unparalleled capacity to respond to crime and over-incarceration.SIGN THE DECLARATION
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