Second Chance Month raises awareness of social stigmas and legal restrictions barring returning citizens from living up to their full, God-given potential.
Follow us on Twitter at @JusticeReform each week as we discuss the many issues facing people with criminal records in America.
U.S. Senate resolution supports breaking down unnecessary barriers for people with criminal records.
The “Alternatives to Incarceration Act” and the “Re-entry Success Act” are now headed to Governor Lee’s desk for signature.
It's been a difficult year, but thanks to God, it has also been a year of transformation. To celebrate what God has done, here are our top 12 stories.
When 17-year-old Damion got to prison, he had one goal: survive. “Let’s see if I’m going to make it out of here,” he told himself. Then he discovered the one thing that would help him push through.
Host a Second Chance Sunday this April and help create a church culture in which everyone feels free to embrace one another in Christ.
You’re invited to attend the April 2021 Virtual Second Chance Month Gala. Join us as we celebrate second chances with keynote speaker Bryan Stevenson, musical guest Lecrae, and our partners.
White House Proclamation Recognizes Second Chance Month—An Effort by Prison Fellowship to Unlock Better Futures for Formerly Incarcerated People