Thank you to Kim Gilchrist and the entire Bridges Team, and to Tai Cooper of Mayor Baraka’s office for hosting our clients and neighbors at the Newark Public Library for a Holiday Luncheon! Every client received a sleeping bag and toiletries.
Thank you to all who attended our Holiday Party and Toy Drive! A special thank you to First Lady Tammy Murphy, Commissioner Lanigan, New Jersey Department of Corrections, Chief Martinez, NJ Motor Vehicle Commission, and Bernardsville Mayor Kevin Sooy for supporting our mission and wonderful clients. Finally, a sincere thank you to those who donated
The New Jersey Department of Corrections (NJDOC) hosted a Reentry and Career Day Event at Northern State Prison in Newark on Thursday morning, Nov. 30, 2017. This event served as an opportunity for inmates within eight months of their release date to network with service providers, employers, and colleges so
NJRC hosted a roundtable discussion examining best practices for reentry, where incarcerated and formerly incarcerated persons attended to provide feedback on their experiences living in prisons, jails, halfway houses, and halfway backs. It took place at NJRC at Greater Newark Conservancy, and discussion topics included The Modern American Prison; Successful Reentry, Addiction Treatment, Employment
The New Jersey Reentry Corporation released a new report on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, entitled, “REENTRY: From Prison to the Streets, Making it Work.” The report outlines steps to improve the reentry process for persons returning from incarceration, which is imperative to community well-being and cost-efficiency. In attendance were Governor
Today, the New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC) at Greater Newark Conservancy released its newest report, “REENTRY: From Prison to the Streets, Making it Work,” which outlines steps to improve the reentry process for persons returning from incarceration while also saving money for the State of New Jersey. Efforts to improve reentry outcomes are
On Friday, NJRC hosted a reentry roundtable discussion at its site at Greater Newark Conservancy, where incarcerated and formerly incarcerated persons had the opportunity to provide feedback on their experiences living in prisons, jails, halfway houses, and halfway backs. The goal of the discussion was to examen best practices for reentry
Our Newark employment specialists, Cindy and Jeran, attended the New Jersey Manufacturing Summit at NJIT to spread the word about our services. Thank you to Commissioner Aaron Fichtner of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development for speaking about “Focus and Expectations of New Jersey’s Talent Networks” and for being supportive of