Recognizing the unique challenges returning community members and their familes face following periods of incarceration and our commitment to ensuring a safe community for all, the Milwaukee Reentry Council, a subcommittee of the Milwaukee Community Justice Council, is leading a new initiative entitled "Home to Stay;" a monthly, resource-rich event designed to support the unique needs of justice-involved persons, returning citizens and families impacted by incarceration.
What is "Home to Stay"?
"Home to Stay" is a resource fair-styled event designed to convene community resources and employment opportunities in one location on a monthly basis to support the specific needs of the reentry and justice-involved community. Resources will be availabe for on-the-spot services, as well as the opportunity to schedule future appointments.
Who should attend?
Open to the public. Anyone can attend "Home to Stay;" however, services, resources and employers are invited based on their interest to support and meet the needs of individuals with involvement in the justice system and/or their support networks.
What resources are available?
The event brings together resources (both providers and employers) that cover a broad spectrum of services including: employment opportunities, housing resources, healthcare resources and insurance, driver's license recovery, child support services, expungement, GED/HSED, literary services, training programs and other support resources.
For questions or to get involved, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Home to Stay" occurs the first Wednesday of every month*
These events are made possible through the financial support of: