Prison Fellowship Applauds Biden’s Second Chance Month Initiatives

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Washington, D.C.— Prison Fellowship®, the nation’s largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, released the following statement after the Biden administration announced several initiatives to promote second chances and reentry success at the close of Second Chance Month®.

“Removing roadblocks to work, entrepreneurship, housing, and civic engagement allows men and women who have paid their debt to society to reach for a second chance,” said Heather Rice-Minus, Executive Vice President of Strategic Initiatives. “As the annual celebration of Second Chance Month ends, we applaud the Administration for their work to this end and encourage leaders to use policy-making tools to better empower the 1 in 3 American adults with a criminal record to live out their God-given potential.”

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Prison Fellowship is the nation’s largest outreach to prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, and a leading voice for criminal justice reform. With more than 45 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.