Our networking partner, Helping Hands Now, seeks to mentor youth and young adults entering back into society through prison re-entry programs. They assist by mentoring, providing on the job training, workplace readiness skills and teaching accountability.
In addition, Helping Hands Now, is a community partner of A Safe Place To Lay. and Positive Transition Services. Together these organizations, seek to equip candidates with the tools towards self-sufficiency, productivity and responsibility.
Shawn Sutton, Director of Helping Hands Now, believes , "if you can change a person's way of thinking, you can prevent repetitive and detrimental cycles which prevent a person from living to their full potential."
Helping Hands Now, also manages SKS music group. SKS Music Group, assist our network by bringing awareness to humanitarian causes through music.
Learn more about other re-entry and prison reform initiatives below: