1 in 3 adults have some kind of criminal record in the U.S. and around 600,000 people come home from prison every year. Recidivism often comes from lack of opportunity and insufficient community support.
TimeDone Ohio is a Cleveland-based program that helps individuals who have been recently released from prison. They make an impact on factors such as finances, housing, and life-skill trainings to help justice-involved people get back on their feet after incarceration.
“We’re here to do something transformative. We’re here to instill hope. To do away with shame and frustration. To build strong communities.” - Jay Jordan, the national director of TimeDone
Learn more about TimeDone’s work here: timedone.org