Statement from Prison Fellowship’s CEO James Ackerman in response to the events of last week at the U.S. Capitol, as seen through the unique perspective of the life and work of our founder, Chuck Colson.
Prison Fellowship leadership urges new administration to advance policies helping men and women impacted by crime and incarceration become productive returning citizens.
Prison Fellowship celebrates expansion of Second Chance Pell sites while urging Congress to make the program permanent.
For third consecutive year, presidential proclamation Supports Second Chance Month—Prison Fellowship’s effort to unlock better futures for formerly incarcerated men and women.
Second Chance Month continues to build momentum, and April 2019 was the best one yet! From changing individual lives to changing our national conversation, here are some of the highlights.
The Second Chance Month proclamation was signed at the White House on Friday.
Who is President Trump's nominee for attorney general, and how will the FIRST STEP Act fare under his leadership? Prison Fellowship's Craig DeRoche reflects on what's next for justice reform in America.
President Trump Signs the FIRST STEP Act into Law, Ushering in a New Era of Criminal Justice Reform
"My house is too quiet," Beth Strong says. "I struggle to make ends meet. Every weekend, I travel several hours each way to see my husband during visitation hours.
Prison Fellowship applauds President Donald J. Trump for signing the FIRST STEP Act into law.
Prison Fellowship applauds the U.S. Senate for clearing the final hurdle for passage of the FIRST STEP Act in the House of Representatives. Media conference call to be held on Wednesday.
Prison Fellowship applauds the Trump Administration and the U.S. Senate on reaching an agreement on the FIRST STEP Act.
Thank you for supporting second chances, working with us to tear down the walls of that second prison and the lies of social stigma—to truly offer a second chance.
Resolution Sheds Light on Thousands of Barriers Aimed Those with Criminal Records
"We are fighting for those 65 million Americans with criminal records—one in four adults—who wish to regain their dignity and make important contributions to society."
Prison Fellowship applauds a major funding increase for the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) by the U.S. House of Representatives.