upon release from jail
an appalling 75% of offenders go back to jail.
Upon release from jail
and completion of
the Jail to Jobs program,
less than 15% go back to jail.
EMPOWERING YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS
EMPOWERING YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS ACROSS TEXAS
The strongest predictor of recidivism is poverty.
Nationally, 1 out of 6 youth live in poverty.
4 out of 6 Jail to Job youth live in poverty
We’ve served 7,773 MEALS
to our youth
With 4 LOCATIONS we are available to serve the population of two counties
Honesty, integrity, self-control, generosity, patience and hard work result in increased well-being and success.
80% of participants successfully complete the Jail to Jobs program
27% of an estimated five million ex-offenders nationwide are unemployed (2017) however results show that formerly incarcerated people want to work.
We have employed 623 youth
35 Hiring / Subcontracting partners
Acquisition of spiritual coping skills increases quality of life and decreases recidivism.
5,667 Bible Studies offered
The support of over 50
1811 youths gave their lives to Jesus Christ
the lives of