When Cortez Mc-Daniel returned from prison, he had few clothes. But he gave some to the homeless. “It made me feel I had the ability to help. I felt valued as a person,” explains McDaniel.
McDaniel, now a successful employee at the Father McKenn...
In America, 2.2 million people are in prison. Add those in jail, on probation, or being supervised on parole and the total jumps to 7.2 million. Each year 650,000 people will leave prison. Another 750,000 are already out being supervised on parole. Two out of three coming out of prison will be back in two to three years. We believe that tools, trainings and empowerment is integral to change the faith of homecomers.
NHA works with various stakeholders ranging from groups and organizations to indviduals. NHA support includes, but not limited to: children, young adults and adults, parents, the elderly, community leaders, communities, municipal leaders, youth and adult offenders, schools, community organizations, local law enforcement, at-risk-youth, returning citizens, and all other displaced or marginalized individuals.