For the health and safety of attendees, Home to Stay Reentry Resource Fairs are canceled until further notice.
Community members are encouraged to visit the Home to Stay online guide to find resources for housing, food, health, employment, and other reentry needs.
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: