Second
Chances
Matter

1 in 3 Americans has a criminal record - with little
or no opportunity for a real second chance.

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The NIA is here to help reverse current irresponsible norms and bring hope, bridge gaps, connect assets, end waste, and advocate for those who have no voice.

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Breaking the Cycle 2 - Second Chance Month

The criminal justice system is designed to punish individuals who have committed crimes, but it often falls short in terms of rehabilitating them and preventing them from reoffending. When people are released from prison, they face a range of challenges that can make it difficult to reintegrate into society. These challenges can include finding housing and employment, building positive relationships, and coping with mental health and addiction issues. Without adequate support, many people who have been incarcerated end up returning to prison, perpetuating a cycle of recidivism.

Unlocking Opportunity 3 - Second Chance Month

Second chances are critical in breaking this cycle. When individuals who have been incarcerated are given the opportunity to rebuild their lives and reintegrate into society, they are more likely to become productive members of their communities. Second chances can take many forms, including access to education and job training programs, support for mental health and addiction issues, and help with finding stable housing and employment. When people have these types of resources available to them, they are better equipped to rebuild their lives and move forward after incarceration.

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RESTORING FUTURES
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More than 900 open NIA cases and scores of weekly calls and letters help families heal and grow from the trauma of failed corrections policies.
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Raising and expanding the NIA alarm that every local economy, every education district, every church community, and every profession is impacted by desperation, addiction, and over-incarceration.
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