Lives Changing from the Inside Out
...let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. - 1 John 3:18
Inside Out Jail Ministries (ISO) is a Christ centered re-entry program that aids any incarcerated person regardless of ethnicity, gender, or religious belief, to prepare for transition back into their/our communities. We do this through educational classes, spiritual development, and transitional services to residential/treatment programs.
Providing evidence-based re-entry assistance to incarcerated individuals returning as citizens in their community.
Encourage Spiritual Development
We offer men and women spiritual developmental growth through one-on-one mentorship, pen-pals, and worship services to help teach about the love of Jesus Christ.
Encourage Educational Development
Our classes prepare men and women for employment, social skills and moving forward in their lives during and after their transition back into society.
All of our efforts are to help men and women with a criminal past be prepared for their transitions back into their communities and leave their past behind them.
How can you help restore our communities
There is no power for change greater than a community working together. ISO can only do so much; together, as a community, we can do so much more. Find out how you can get involved today!
Plus other opportunities
Develop Men and Women
ISO offers men and women (English/Spanish) spiritual developmental growth through one-on-one mentorship, pen-pals, and worship services focused on Re-Entry and Recovery through Celebrate Recovery principles.
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Families and loves ones are invited to attend our Family Support Group. It is a safe place for loved ones and to better prepare and equip them for their loved one’s return…topics include etc is okay.
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Preparing inmates for release, as well as helping them consider addiction issues which may lead to criminal action and get residential help for addictions, strengthens the community to release healthier and more prepared individuals for re-entry this being a positive member of the community not engaging in criminal behavior, employed, and maintain their own household