PAROLEE RESOURCES
BIRTH CERTIFICATES & IDENTIFICATION 

In accordance with Michigan law [MCL 28.292(14)], the Michigan Department of State (MDOS) waives 
the fees for a State of Michigan Personal Identification Card (PID) for applicants who present good 
cause. The statute includes four instances of good cause: individuals 65 or over; those who are leg-
ally blind; those who wish to add or remove a heart insignia; and drivers whose licenses have been 
suspended because of a physical or mental disability. The statute also allows the fee to be waived 
for "a person who presents other good cause for a fee waiver. "MDOS has identified four instances, 
in addition to the four statutorily mandated instances, of good cause in which it will waive the $10 PID 
fee in accordance with MCL 28.292(14)(d): MDOS will waive the $10 PID fee for individuals who provide  documentary evidence specified by MDOS demonstrating that the applicant is currently receiving ben-
efits from one of the following programs:
To apply, go to your local Secretary of State office. 

Oakland County's Board of Commissioners has passed a Resolution that will allow for reduced/waived
fee for birth certificates for those born in Oakland County only, as long as the individual requesting the 
reduced or waived fee presents a letter from a social service agency indicating that the person has an
economic need.  
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Wayne County has an Ordinance (Sec. 129-311) that allows for a waiver of fees under $20 or less and 
allows for social service agencies to assist clients to obtain their birth certificates at 50% of the required
fee of $22 upon evidence of economic hardship.  
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Crossroads--Main Office
2424 W. Grand Blvd. 
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone: 313-831-2787   For appointments call 313-831-2000
Website: https://crossroadsofmichigan.org
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Crossroads Employment Offices
2424 W. Grand Blvd. 
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone: 313-831-2787
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Crossroads at Salem 
21230 Moross
Detroit, MI  48236
Phone: 313-822-4441                                       
Crossroads is a social service outreach agency with two locations in Detroit. Founded in 1971, Crossroads exists to support the community at large by providing emergency assistance, advocacy, and counseling to 
anyone in need. Acting in partnership with many other agencies, parishes, hospitals, companies and organ-izations in the metro area, Crossroads offers assistance in the form of a hand-up. We work with our clients 
to meet their immediate needs and help them assess their situations to lessen the likelihood of future prob-
lems. Our volunteer staff meets with those in need to discuss emergency situations and look for possible solutions. Generally, we can provide help with emergency food and clothing, prescriptions (on a one-time 
basis), employment, transportation, and obtaining identification. We make appointments for the next busin-
ess day each day when open, either by phone or in person at the door

DETROIT ID PROGRAM
Administrative Office:
100 Mack Ave. (Third Floor)
Detroit, MI 48210
Phone: 313-774-5388
Email:  talishe.cross@detroitmi.gov
Website: https://detroitatwork.com
A lot of Detroiters don’t have photo I.D., for a lot of different reasons. Don’t let that stop you getting ahead 
in your career. We know what you need and we know all the different options available to get over this bar-
rier. It’s not as hard as you might think-come in today, and let us help you!
How to get a Detroit I.D.
The Detroit I.D. is for ALL Detroiters, including returning citizens, homeless individuals, and immigrants 
regardless of immigration status. 
Use it to:
1.  Access city services: interact with the Detroit Police Department and Detroit Public Schools
2.  Open utility accounts with DTE and Detroit Water and Sewerage Dept.
3.  Open a checking or savings account with One Detroit Credit Union
4.  Receive discounts at dozens of local businesses and cultural activities across Detroit

W.A.R. Program
Main Office
9851 Hamilton Ave.
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-883-2100
Email: csswc@csswayne.org
Website: http://www.csswayne.org/behavioral-health-and-community-services
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Dearborn Office
Garrison Place Office Bldg.
19855 W. Outer Dr.  Suite 207E
Dearborn, MI  48124
Phone: 313-792-9286
W.A.R. Program: 
Worthy Able and Ready (W.A.R) program helps ease the transition of returning citizens age 18 and older 
re-entering into society from incarceration. The goal is to assists citizens to secure employment, housing 
and obtain proper identification including Social Security Cards, Birth Certificates, etc., with a path to eco-
nomic prosperity.

Catholic Community Response Team (CCRT) / Getting Ahead while Getting Out
132 Franklin Blvd   Suite 203
Pontiac, MI  48341 
Phone: 248-499-9621
Email: ccrt@ccrt-pontiac.org
Website: https://ccresponseteam.weebly.com/emergency-help-form.html
Getting Ahead while Getting Out is for people who have been recently released from incarceration. The pro-
gram is about building economic stability for ourselves. It's about a better future for our communities. Be 
part of a small group workshop that meets for 20 sessions. Learn to build more resources in your life. Move beyond thinking about a change to actually doing it. NOW IS YOUR TIME! A workbook to guide you through 
the sessions. A small meal provided at each session. A stipend for each session to help support your work
during the GETTING AHEAD PROGRAM.
Also provided to Pontiac residents: 

Washtenaw County Clerk's Office / Washtenaw ID
200 N. Main 
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-340-5894
Email: admin@washtenawid.com
Website: http://www.washtenawid.com/id-support
Application Assistance:
Set up an appointment to have an ID Support Clinic volunteer assist you through the process of applying 
for a County ID. Bring all documents that you may have to qualify for the 300 point eligibility criteria; we 
will walk through step by step to ensure that you meet the criteria prior to getting in line to apply for an ID. 
If you do not meet the criteria at an initial consultation, we will provide all resources available to help you 
obtain additional identity credentials or residency documents. 
Financial Assistance:
The Washtenaw ID Scholarship Fund exists to serve any community member who is need of financial
assistance to receive the Washtenaw ID. In order to qualify for the full financial assistance of $25, indi-
viduals must meet the following criteria.

HOPE Medical Clinic
Mailing address for all programs:
HOPE Clinic
P.O. Box 980311
Ypsilanti, MI 48198-0311
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HOPE Medical & Dental Clinic
518 Harriet
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
Phone: 734-484-2989 Administration
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HOPE Wayne Medical Clinic
33608 Palmer
Westland, MI 
Phone: 734-710-6688
Email: mnitkiewicz@thehopeclinic.org 
Website: https://thehopeclinic.org
This clinic offers many services! Also help with applying for state applications and help obtaining 
birth certificates and legal ID by covering the application costs and helping to fill out the paperwork 
with the client if they have the proof documents needed to submit the application. Also provides limited 
assistance with bus tokens, AATA Bus Fare applications and occasionally gas vouchers & Ypsilanti thrift shop vouchers every six months. Hope has a clinical social worker who provides free counseling & referrals. 
See email address above!

Damascus Road Ministries
P.O. Box 426
301 S. Tecumseh
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-265-1900
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DamascusRoadMinistriesMI
Damascus Road Ministries (DRM) offers guidance to the homeless and those recently released from jail 
or prison. DRM assists clients in getting food, clothing, furniture, work and necessities such as a driver's 
license or identification card. DRM also offers a daytime warming room during the winter and acts as an employment agency, screening and finding temporary jobs for many of its clients.


EXPUNGEMENT PROCESS

Project Clean Slate--NEW!!
Michigan's Clean Slate Pilot Program
Michiganders can now get help with expunging eligible convictions from their criminal record to aid them 
in their pursuit of full-time employment thanks to the new Clean Slate Pilot program. These services are 
offered throughout the state by Michigan Works! agencies. Visit MichiganWorks.org to find the service 
center nearest you.

Setting Aside an Adult Conviction in MI:
Website: 
https://michiganlegalhelp.org/self-help-tools/crime-traffic-and-id/setting-aside-adult-conviction-michigan

Do It Yourself Expungement (Adult Conviction):
Website: https://michiganlegalhelp.org/self-help-tools/crime-traffic-and-id/do-it-yourself-expungement-adult-conviction

Setting Aside a Juvenile Adjudication:
Website: https://michiganlegalhelp.org/self-help-tools/crime-traffic-and-id/setting-aside-juvenile-adjudication

Do It Yourself Expungement (Juvenile Adjudication):
Website:
https://michiganlegalhelp.org/self-help-tools/crime-traffic-and-id/do-it-yourself-expungement-juvenile-adjudication 


You can also find help to do this at the following resources!

Lakeshore Legal Aid
Counsel & Advocacy Law Line
16250 Northland Dr.  Suite 363
Southfield, MI  48075
Phone: 248-443-8068   New Client Intake: 888-783-8190
Website: https://lakeshorelegalaid.org
Lakeshore Legal Aid is a not-for-profit law firm providing a range of free civil legal services to people 
who are low-income, seniors, and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities.
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Covers a WIDE variety of legal matters!
Now serving residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Lakeshore Legal Aid has 14 locations 
across Southeast Michigan. 

Federal Civil Pro Bono Project
Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association
645 Griswold   Suite 1356
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone: 313-961-6120
Email: dba@detroitlawyer.org
Website: https://www.detroitlawyer.org
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Detroit Legal Services Clinic 
Penobscot Building
13th Floor, Smart Detroit Conference Rooms
645 Griswold
Detroit, MI 48226
Phone: 313-961-6120 #206
Website: https://www.detroitlawyer.org/clinic
Services Offered:
The Detroit Legal Services Clinic provides information and advice from volunteer attorneys in the areas of: Divorce, Child Support, Domestic Relations Issues, Expungements, Self-Representation, General Civil 
Law. 

PROJECT CLEAN SLATE 
Julia Rhodes / Project Manager
Phone: 313-237-3024
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Law Department 
2 Woodward Ave.  Suite 500 
Detroit, MI  48226 
Phone: 313-224-4550
Email: projectcleanslate@detroitmi.gov
Website: https://detroitmi.gov/departments/law-department/project-clean-slate
After you complete the form on the website, a Project Clean Slate representative will contact you at the phone number or email you provide with more information on your expungement eligibility, and/or next 
steps. All calls will be returned within a 5 business days.
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Project Clean Slate is an initiative of Detroit at Work and the Law Department to help residents get their criminal records expunged to gain access to better job, housing, and educational opportunities. Project 
Clean Slate is free to all eligible Detroit residents. When you request an expungement screening Project 
Clean Slate pairs you with an attorney who reviews your criminal record, determines if you are eligible 
for expungement and if you are, starts the application process. Project Clean Slate at this location is only 
available to current City of Detroit residents.

Oakland County Clean Slate Program
Phone: 248-858-5520
Email: oaklandcountymiworks@oakgov.com
Website: https://www.oakgov.com/workforce/Pages/Clean-Slate.aspx
​For persons who have criminal records, expungement opens the door to better jobs, better housing and 
educational opportunities - a better quality of life. Specific documentation about your felony or misdemeanor 
will be reviewed and, if it meets the eligibility criteria, the Oakland County Clean Slate Program will help you expunge your record. The first step is to complete a Request for Expungement Services form. After you com-
plete the online Request Form, an Oakland County Clean Slate Program ​representative will contact you with 
more information on your eligibility and/or next steps. If you need assistance completing this form please 
contact your nearest Oakland County Michigan Works! Service Center

Judge Mathis Community Center                                
19320 Greenfield    1 Block N. of 7 Mile
Detroit, MI  48235
Phone: 313-342-8582
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mathiscommunitycenter/?ref=py_c
Cultivating the character of today’s youth can enhance their self-esteem & encourage them to make more responsible choices. With that in mind, I opened the Mathis Community Center to meet the needs of indivi- duals who wish to realize their full potential. The Center offers a variety of training programs for young 
adults, as well as initiatives designed to help ex-offenders get on their feet.

Expunge Your Record Workshop
The Wayne County Community College District & the School of Continuing Education and Workforce Dev-
elopment, in partnership with Judge Deborah A. Thomas, are hosting community forums on expunging
your record. Attorneys will be on hand for a Q&A session as well. For more information and the next avail-
able dates, please contact the School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development at 313-496-2704.

Washtenaw County Prosecutors Office 
Phone: 734-222-6620
Email: CIEU@washtenaw.org 
Website: https://www.washtenaw.org/1070/Prosecuting-Attorney 
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Ann Arbor Expungement Program for Felony & Misdeameanors / 15th District Court
Phone: 734-794-6761 #47535  Joe Royal, Supervisor 
Website: https://a2gov.org
The 15th District Court Probation Department and the Washtenaw County Public Defender's Office are 
partnering up to assist those who qualify with the expungement process. We are streaming the process 
to be more manageable and less time consuming. The process is FREE. 
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In 2020 the expungement laws were modified in the State of MI. The new laws are being phased in over 
time. Some cases may soon qualify for automatic set-asides. 


These Workshops are always listed on the Julie's List Website Facebook site!


CRIMINAL RECORD REPOSITORY             

Criminal Justice Information Center 
Michigan State Police 
7150 Harris Dr. 
Lansing, MI  48913 
Phone: 517-322-1959 
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/msp/0,4643,7-123-72297_24055---,00.html 
This is the agency individuals may contact to obtain a copy of their state rap sheet. The Criminal record 
repository can also tell the individual who else is legally entitled to have access to his or her record. A 
written request must be submitted to the Criminal Justice Information Center including a name for record 
search, date of birth, race, sex and social security number.

This link is very helpful! 
http://reentry.mplp.org/reentry/index.php/How_and_Why_to_Get_Your_Criminal_Record


SELECTIVE SERVICE INFORMATION

In order to participate in federally-funded financial aid and job programs, it is necessary to register for the Selective Service. The law requires that all males register within 30 days of their 18th birthday. Later registrations are accepted but not once a man reaches the age of 26. If a man is over the age of 26 OR if 
he is being denied eligibility for federal student financial aid, federal job training or federal employment,
he should contact Legal Aid at 877-964-4700 for assistance with registering late. Registration can be done online at www.sss.gov, at the local post office or high school. 


MICHIGAN RE-ENTRY SITE FOR LEGAL ISSUES

Michigan ReEntry Law Wiki
Website: http://reentry.mplp.org/reentry/index.php/Main_Page
An excellent site that covers a huge range of legal issues for prisoners and parolees. Also covers the
legal restrictions regarding employment for parolees. See below for more information on the MPRI
program in regards to job training, employment, etc.!


LEGAL RIGHTS FOR EX-OFFENDERS 

The Legal Aid and Defender Association, Inc. in cooperation with the Michigan Prisoner Reentry Initiative,
have produced a handbook to help parolees understand their legal rights and legal rights and responsibilities upon reentering their community. The handbook is designed to assist you in making the transition from prison 
to the community. Parolees frequently have barriers to employment, housing and public benefits and child 
support issues to name a few issues. This handbook explains your rights to you and how you can obtain representation from the L.A.D.A. groups.  

Wayne County Office                                  
613 Abbott                                                        
Detroit, MI  48226                                                
Phone: 313-967-5638                                                     

Oakland County Office                                         TOLL FREE CLIENT INTAKE LINE:
28 N. Saginaw  Suite 510
Pontiac, MI  48342                                                                  877-964-4700
Phone: 248-253-1548  ext. 4006

Macomb County Office
21885 Dunham  Suite 4
Clinton Township, MI  48036
Phone: 586-465-1344


FREE TATTOO REMOVAL FOR PAROLEES

FREEDOM INK 
Detroit Hispanic Corporation
1211 Trumbull
Detroit, MI  48216
Phone:  313-967-4880 
Website:  www.dhdc1.org
Dermatologists and certified medical professionals volunteer their time to remove tattoos for people 
coming out of a prison or gang lifestyle. To receive this service, participants must commit to a gang 
and drug-free lifestyle. Volunteers provide services bi-weekly at DHDC. This program is supported 
entirely through in-kind services from Dr. Eric Seiger and The Skin and Vein Center, and volunteers 
from Botsford Hospital.


PARENTING PROGRAMS

Please check under the Parenting Resources for programs to help you with integrating back into your 
family, including resources for parolees. Also check under MENTOR PROGRAMS and YOUTH PROGRAMS


SUPPORT GROUPS & MENTORING PRISONERS & FAMILY SUPPORT

PURE HEART FOUNDATION
13500 E. McNichols
Detroit, MI  48205
Phone: 586-690-1431
Email: info@pureheartcares.org
Website: https://www.pureheartcares.org
Pure Heart Foundation mission is to embrace children of incarcerated parents and empower them to break the cycle of generational involvement in the criminal justice system. Our goal is to dismantle the school to
prison pipeline system and create a cycle that will break it. Instead of systemically estimating how many
youth will end up incarcerated because of their parent's incarceration, we want to systemically estimate 
how many will NOT go to prison but yet attend college because of the resources/ support provided by Pure 
Heart.

Lifeline Prison Ministry                
P.O. Box 252763
West Bloomfield, MI  48325
Phone: 248-250-4043  Larry Gudith
Email: lifelineprisonministry@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.lifelineprisonministry.org
Our inter-denominational ministry is compromised of over 4,300 volunteers, serving in all 30 state correct-
ional facilities and all 83 county jails in the State of Michigan, who are caring, loving, non-judgmental Chris-
tians who are totally dedicated and devoted to serving broken men, women, and children who are impacted
by the walls of incarceration. We are merely servants in God's ministry, devout Christians, serving God as 
the Holy Spirit directs us. We share a passion to share the knowledge of the love, peace and joy that a per-
sonal relationship with Jesus Christ can bring to their lives.

Beyond the Bars 
Detroit Parenting Network 
726 Lothrop
Detroit, MI  48202 
Phone: 313-309-8100
Email:  tmitchell@detroitparentnetwork.org    Theresa Mitchell
Website:  www.detroitparentnetwork.org
For those struggling with the absence of a loved one because of incarceration (whether it’s a child, a spouse, 
or a parent), this group is designed to help by connecting with other people in similar situations. 

Man Power Mentoring Inc.                                             
5575 Conner   Suite 201   (MOMS Building)
Detroit, MI  48213
Phone:  313-571-3195     
Website: https://manpowermentoirng.webs.com
1.   Incorporate mentoring services in every aspect of MPM’s social service delivery components.
2.   Develop social service programs that result in the reunification, strengthening and --increased self-
      sufficiency of Detroit youth and families.
3.   Secure partnerships and strategic alliances that bring resources, value and strength to the community, 
      the organization and stakeholders.
4.   To develop value for the company through activity that is driven by evidence-based practices.
5.   Increase individual and community organization capacity to improve the economic and social conditions 
      in their community.
6.   Revitalize neighborhoods by rehabbing under-developed properties into sustainable living facilities by                      employing the ex-offender population. 

Hope 4 Healing Hearts 
Kirk of Our Savior Church
36660 Cherry Hill  (between Newburg & Wayne Roads)
Westland, MI  48185
Phone:  734-646-2237  Bonnie
Email: prettymonarch@comcast.net    (Bonnie)
Website: www.hope4healinghearts.com
Hope 4 Healing Hearts has been created to bring families together: those that have fallen victim to shame, embarrassment and pain. This group support program will allow families to share their stories in a safe environment. The intention is to provide resources for financial, emotional and spiritual assistance, giving individuals an opportunity to find peace, hope and healing. 

Mothers Of Inmates Support Team (M.O.I.S.T.) 
Fellowship Chapel Church
7707 W. Outer Dr.  
P.O. Box 23356
Detroit, MI   48223-0356
Phone:  313-531-2025
Email:  ORA.W.@SBCGLOBAL.NET 
Website:  
You are not alone! MOIST-Mothers of Inmates Support Team, a Christian group for mothers and female 
caregivers with a loved one incarcerated. We provide a safe and loving place to relax, release and re-
group. We meet the 3rd Monday of every month excluding July & August. No cost to attend. Membership 
is optional at $5 per month. 

LIFT OFF    (a mentoring program for children of prisoners)
Alternatives for Girls
903 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit MI  48208
Phone: 313-361-4000  #235
Email: mentoring@alternativesforgirls.org
Website: www.alternativesforgirls.org
Accepting both boys and girls ages 4-19 in this mentoring children of prisoners program.  

Mothers of Incarcerated Sons   (M.I.S.S.)
P.O. Box 401335
Redford, MI  48240
Email:  mothersofinmates@aol.com
Website: www.mothersofinmates.org
Mothers of Incarcerated Sons Society is an international group based in Michigan. They provide help by chatting through their website. Their mission is to help families cope with the anguish of having a loved-
one in prison, by letting them know they are not alone. They send in holiday cards, do phone outreach, 
re-entry programs, ministry counseling, and provide general infor- mation about M.D.O.C. regulations.

Michigan Citizens for Justice 
Royal Oak, MI 
Email: reformsolaw_mi@yahoo.com 
Michigan Citizens for Justice is an advocacy and support group for sex offenders and their families. This 
group is affiliated with the National Association for Rational Sex Offense Laws.
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Michigan Citizens for Justice
Washtenaw County, MI 
Email:  fops@prisoneradvocacy.org
Website: http://www.micitizensforjustice.com
Meetings are held the second Saturday of the month from 3:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. Michigan Citizens for
Justice is a support and advocacy group for people convicted of a sex offense, their family and friends. 


MICHIGAN PRISONER RE-ENTRY PROGRAM  (M.P.R.I.) & PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS

NOTE:  $2.4M grant will provide pre-release job training to incarcerated Michigan veterans!

A new $2.4 million federal grant will create an initiative to provide pre-release education, employment
help and career guidance to incarcerated veterans at seven correctional facilities in MI. Gov. Gretchen 
Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity (LEO) on Tuesday announ-
ced the grant, from the U.S. Department of Labor. It will fund the new Michigan Incarcerated Veterans’ 
In-Reach Program (MIVIP).
“The Michigan Incarcerated Veterans’ In-Reach Program builds on our ongoing efforts to support our 
veterans with opportunities to succeed,” said Whitmer. “The MIVIP program offers incarcerated veterans 
with job training so they can reenter society with a stable career, and it helps small businesses across 
Michigan meet their talent needs.”
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MIVIP will be led by LEO’s Veterans’ Employment Services team in partnership with the MI Dept, of Cor-
rections and the Michigan Works! network. In addition to the in-reach employment services, veterans 
will receive post-release wrap-around services to help ensure each participant’s success and reduce 
recidivism. MIVIP services will be provided to veterans at the following correctional facilities: Carson 
City, Cooper Street (Jackson), G. Robert Cotton (Jackson), Women’s Huron Valley (Pittsfield Township), 
Parnall (Jackson), Saginaw and St. Louis.
For more information about LEO’s Veterans’ Employment Services, visit Michigan.gov/VES.

Michigan Department of Corrections
P.O. Box 30003
Lansing, MI 48909
Reentry information for prisoners: 517-335-2253
Reentry information for parolees in the community: 517-335-2253
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/corrections/0,4551,7-119--135731--,00.html

Michigan State Appellate Defender Office and Criminal Defense Resource Center (SADO)
Detroit Office:
645 Griswold  Suite 3300 
Penobscot Building
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone: 313-256-9833
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Lansing Office
Capitol National Bank Building
200 N. Washington Square  Suite 250  
Lansing, MI  48913 
Phone: 517-334-6069
Website: http://www.sado.org
SADO’s Project Reentry Delivers Pre- and Post-Release Reentry Assistance::
SADO launched Project Reentry (PR) in 2016 in response to the unique and immediate needs of Michi-
gan’s juvenile lifers. PR is staffed by one part-time Reentry Coordinator, Allison Gorine, a dedicated 
group of graduate MSW student interns and undergraduate interns. The PR team works in coordination 
with SADO attorneys and staff.
PR’s primary goal is to help achieve positive outcomes for clients: 
PR uses four primary tools toward goal achievement: the development of Comprehensive Re-entry Plans (CRPs), the facilitation of monthly Re-entry Workshops, the production of a Reentry Guidebook, and the publication of a monthly Reentry Newsletter (The Drum).
1. 
CRPs prepare and assist clients for their return to the community
They are also used at various stages of litigation: in negotiations with prosecutors, at resentencing hear-
ings before judges, at parole board hearings, and post-release. Each CRP contains personalized and indi-
vidual information on support networks, detailed housing and resource investigation reports, resumes, employment and/or schooling prospects, and more. When preparing CRPs, PR works closely with clients 
to tailor plans to each client’s needs and to help clients create a plan to ensure their success. PR follows 
up on each client’s support network, often preparing housing investigation reports, researching community reentry service providers, and obtaining verbal and/or written agreements of support.
2. 
Reentry Workshops are focused on teaching necessary real-world life skills on topics not covered by trad-
itional MDOC reentry programming, such as building credit, applying for jobs and preparing for interviews, 
building healthy relationships, and how to use a smart phone or computer. 
These workshops are open to all returning citizens, regardless of whether they were SADO clients.
3.
The Reentry Guidebook will help all individuals—attorneys, reentering citizens, and members of the public—
with navigating the sometimes complicated bureaucratic processes necessary for obtaining housing, public assistance, medical and mental health treatment and more. This resource will soon be available to all retur-
ning citizens, regardless of whether they were SADO clients.
4.
The Reentry Newsletter, The Drum, is prepared with the help of returning citizens in an effort to create a sense 
of community amongst reentering citizens and to encourage pro-social interactions. The newsletter frequently provides returning citizens with information about dealing with the challenges they face, as well as practical information, such as job opportunities.

Chance for Life / Supporting Returning Citizens 
Administrative: 
2000 Town Center  Suite 1140
Southfield, MI  48075
Phone: 313-784-9209
Website: https://chanceforlifeonline.org
&
Chance For Life Satellite Center Location
11630 Steel 
Detroit, MI  48227
&
Chance For Life Satellite Center Location
2400 East McNichols
Detroit, MI  48212
Supporting Returning Citizens:
We will provide you with training and programs that will help you be successful after leaving prison. CFL specializes in job training, job placement & retention and substance use disorders. In order to qualify for 
job placement with a CFL employer, you MUST participate in our 24 hour transformation program curriculum, 
(three days a week at 4-hours a day over a two week period).
&
Other services include: Assistance with legal services, healthcare, inpatient and outpatient SUD treatment services, food and clothing. These services are also available to family members of returning citizens, low-
income or citizens with disabilities. You must be registered with CFL to receive services.

Detroit Second Chance, Inc.  (D2C)
MAIN OFFICE: 
310 Visger 
River Rouge, MI  48218
Phone: 313-561-8600
Email: info@d2chance.org
Website: https://www.d2chance.org
&
OUR CAMPUS:
27652 W. Outer Dr.
Ecorse, MI   48229
Detroit Second Chance, Inc. (D2C) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) prisoner re-entry housing program that works 
in conjunction with Better Days AfterCare (BDA) to provide stable housing to returning offenders in order
to assist them in transitioning back into society and avoid recidivism.
ONSITE SERVICES:
We offer onsite services to meet the needs of our residents:
​1.  Meals are served 3 times a day, 7 days per week, plus snacks.
2.  Residents are provided with toiletries on the 15th and 30th of each month.
3.  Group meetings with residents take place 5 days a week to discuss resident plans and/or concerns.
4.  Assistance with applying for Medicaid and other services.
5.  Provide transportation for new residents, on a limited basis, until they become accustomed to the mass 
     transit system.
6.  Residents receive monthly bus tickets.

A BRIGHTER WAY 
Phone: 734-646-1587 
Email: abwmentoring@gmail.com
Website: http://abrighterway.org
A Brighter Way (ABW) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Washtenaw County that was created from the realization of the issues and struggles that many people face while reintegrating back into society after serv-
ing time in prison or jail.
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A Brighter Way provides assistance, support, and guidance to individuals as they transition back into the community. Our staff and volunteers do so from the time these individuals are referred into the program 
until they are stably integrated. We work to create a space for people to pursue their goals by offering men-
toring services and social support; build personal relation- ships with employers and housing facilities; and combat the stigma surrounding those re-entering society after time incarcerated. Currently serves Washtenaw County. 

UNIFIED
Detroit Office:
3968 Mt. Elliott 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-446-9800
&
Ypsilanti Office:
2287 Ellsworth  Suite B
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-572-9355
Email: info@miunified.org
Website: http://miunified.org/Services/Care
Assisting client’s transition from the Correctional System into the community for independence and medical stability. For information call 877-361-3907. Offers a wide variety of Reentry services.

W.A.R. Program
Main Office
9851 Hamilton Ave.
Detroit, MI   48202
Phone: 313-883-2100
Email: csswc@csswayne.org
Website: http://www.csswayne.org/behavioral-health-and-community-services
&
Dearborn Office
Garrison Place Office Bldg.
19855 W. Outer Dr.  Suite 207E
Dearborn, MI  48124
Phone: 313-792-9286
W.A.R. Program: 
Worthy Able and Ready (W.A.R) program helps ease the transition of returning citizens aged 18 and older 
re-entering into society from incarceration. The goal is to assists citizens to secure employment, housing 
& obtain proper identification including Social Security Cards.

Detroit Hispanic Development
1211 Trumbull
Detroit, MI  48216
Phone: 313-967-4880
Website: http://www.dhdc1.org
Reentry Services Case Management:
DHDC provides necessary services to adults who are returning home from prison and/or are gang involved. 
Faced with the tremendous challenge of rebuilding a life, program participants learn skills to build on their strengths and ultimately overcome barriers necessary to positively change their lives. Participants interact 
with others who have managed to lead a drug-free life, stay out of gangs, live a non-criminal lifestyle, and 
cope with issues around gang participation. Funding for this program is provided by DHDC’s business part-
ners and volunteer work. Please see Tattoo Removal program above! Also has a housing program.

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries--OASIS Facility
Criminal & Judicial Services 
13220 Woodward Ave. 
Highland Park, MI  48203
Phone: 313-993-6703
Website: https://drmm.org/services/housing-2
Assists individuals released from a correctional facility make a successful transition to community life. 
Services include short-term housing and housing placement assistance; case management; counseling; 
job development (such as job/career training ...

Jewish Vocational Services Employment Services 
29699 Southfield 
Southfield, MI  48076
Phone: 248-559-5000
Website: https://www.jvshumanservices.org/who-we-serve/job-seekers
Assists individuals who have been released from a correctional facility make a successful transition 
to community life. Services include job and career counseling; employment counseling; job search and 
placement; and referrals to additional supportive services. 

Matrix Human Services- Women's Programs  (WOMEN ARISE)
450 Eliot
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-831-2503
Website: https://www.matrixhumanservices.org
Helps people who have been released from a correctional facility make a successful transition to com-
munity life. Services generally include an assessment of the individual's needs, discussion of options
and short-term case management involving coordination of services.

Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency 
196 Cesar E. Chavez Ave.
Pontiac, MI 48342 
Phone: 248-209-2600
Website: https://www.olhsa.org/home
Programs that help people who have been released from a correctional facility make a successful transition 
to community life.

Friends of Returning Citizens (FORC)  / Detroit Catholic Pastoral Alliance
3127 Canfield .
Detroit, MI 
Phone: 313-926-6770
Email: f.o.r.c.2023@gmail.com 
Craig Whilby and Jamil Allen-Bey are the co-founders of Friends of Returning Citizens and started the pro-
gram after they were released from serving over 30 years in the Michigan prison system. Their mission is 
“to provide assistance for returning citizens as they navigate life after prison, as well as to advocate for 
criminal justice reform.” Working with community resources and other faith-based organizations, we offer 
wrap-around care to help keep individuals from returning to prison. We offer a safe space that allows individ-
uals to focus on personal growth, as well as immediate needs.
Our assistance includes such things as job search and volunteer opportunities, clothing, housing referrals, personal hygiene items, and transportation assistance to and from appointments. All are essential for return-
ing to normal living.

H.O.P.E. in Detroit
8642 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-897-5503
Email: hope@hopeindetroit.org 
Website: http://hopeindetroit.org/?p=189
Prison Ministry Services:
Referral Services: 
Provide health, housing, job and substance abuse treatment referral services as needed for ex-offenders 
re-entering the community. Offers counseling to prisoners re-entering society when released.
Bible Study and Church Services: 
Provide monthly spiritual guidance and bible studies to incarcerated individuals at Macomb County Prison.
Mentorship: 
Provide mentorship training to churches and individuals. Match mentors with ex-offenders re-entering the community.
Emotional Management Services: 
Classes include Domestic Violence, Conflict Resolution, and Grief Counseling.
Financial Literacy Training: 
Conducted by a Certified Financial Planner who will train returning citizens and their partners in under-
standing what it takes to have a good credit score, importance of a checking and savings account.


MENTAL HEALTH / SUBSTANCE ABUSE /
CORRECTIONS OUTREACH INTENSIVE TREATMENT PROGRAM   (MCOIT)

Community Care Services
Administration: 
26184 W. Outer Dr.
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone: 313-389-7500    
24 Hour Hotline:  313-224-7000
Website: www.comcareserv.org
AND
Outpatient Locations: 
26184 W. Outer Dr., Bldg. A  
26180 W. Outer Dr., Bldg. B
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone:  313-389-7500
&
26650 Eureka   Suite A
Taylor, MI  48180 
Phone: 734-955-3550
&
Turning Point Clubhouse
1605 Fort 
Lincoln Park, MI  48146 
Phone: 313-382-7861
&
Homeless Resource Team 
26180 W. Outer Dr.
Lincoln Park, MI  48146 
Phone: 313-294-8822 
Offers a wide variety of mental health services and substance abuse services! Also offers Mental Health / Substance Abuse Corrections Outreach Intensive Treatment Program (MCOIT),12 step recovery groups
on-site and driver's license evaluation.  

Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County
CSSW Main Building:
4925 Packard 
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone: 734-971-9781
Website: https://csswashtenaw.org/bhs/offender-success
The mission of Offender Success is to reduce crime and enhance public safety by implementing a seam-
less system of services for offenders from the time of their entry to prison through their transition, com-
munity reintegration, and aftercare in their communities. The Offender Success program provides many 
previously incarcerated individuals a new lease on life.
CSSW operates the Offender Success programs for Prosperity Region 9 (Washtenaw, Livingston, Jackson,
Hillsdale, Lenawee, Monroe) as part of a state-wide collaborative with the Michigan Department of Corrections.
To Get Started:
Contact Devin Dailey, Community Coordinator, at ddailey@csswashtenaw.org.

CARE of Southeast Michigan 
MAIN Office:
31900 Utica 
Fraser, MI 48026
Phone: 586-541-CARE
&
Recovery United Community Center
32577 Garfield 
Fraser, MI  48026
Phone: 586-552-1120
Website: https://www.careofsem.com/correctional-programs
The National Institute on Drug Abuse suggests that approximately half of all individuals serving a prison
sentence abuse or are addicted to drugs. We know that community-based support promotes recovery and reduces recidivism. By initiating treatment for substance use while a person is still incarcerated and con-
tinuing to offer services as they reintegrate into the community, we can increase the likelihood of positive treatment outcomes.


ADDITIONAL AID FOR GOING BACK TO JOB TRAINING AND WORK

CareFirst Community Health Services       
8097 Decatur 
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone: 313-846-5020
Website:  www.care-first.org
Outpatient counseling to substance abusers as well as other services such as After-care services for 
returning citizens and a residential program for homeless HIV/AIDS women and their children, HIV test-
ing and counseling and more. Services the City of Detroit. 

Paula's House                   
3580 S Custer 
Monroe, MI  48161                        
Phone: 734-242-6650
Email:  paulawhitman@sbcglobal.net 
Website:
http://www.monroecountychamber.com/list/member/paula-s-house-women-empowering-women-2329
Paula's House is a long term transition home for women in recovery from substance abuse. Our program 
is devoted to providing a caring and dignified residential home for recovering women, single or with their minor children. We emphasize a woman's strengths while empowering her to make positive changes in her 
life.

RETURNING HOPE TO RETURNING CITIZENS
Here to Help Foundation
P.O. Box 480
Royal Oak, MI 48068 
Email:  HeretoHelpFoundation@icloud.com
Website: https://www.heretohelpfoundation.org/activek/Returning-Hope-to-Returning-Citizens-c32
Here to Help has done a lot of work with returning citizens as they begin the process of successfully mov-
ing forward. One of the difficulties encountered by such individuals is the limited resources to obtain basic
necessities to comfortably live independently. 
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Here to Help continues to assist returning citizens with furniture through our Home Sweet Home Program
and paying first month’s rent or security deposit through our Roof Over Head program. 
&
However, many are still in need of clothes and basic home furnishings such as dishes, cooking utensils, 
pots and pans, pillows, bed sheets & blankets, towels, silverware, microwave, television etc. Therefore, 
we created the Returning Hope to Returning Citizens program that allows Here to Help to provide these 
types of items and assist someone to further create a more comfortable residence that meets their needs.  

Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit 
Employment Development Services 
3111 Grand River Ave. 
Detroit, MI 48208 
Phone: 313-557-4834
Website: https://goodwilldetroit.org/services/for-individuals
Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit provides services to individuals who are serving probation or have 
been recently released from a county or state correctional facility for a non-violent offense. Services include:
job readiness training, paid transitional work experience, basic academic and remedial training to improve 
math or reading skills and job placement.  Employment follow-ups & retention ervices are also provided. 

Crossroads--Main Office
2424 W. Grand Blvd. 
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone: 313-831-2787   
For appointments call 313-831-2000
Website: www.crossroadsofmichigan.org
AND
Crossroads Employment Offices
2424 W. Grand Blvd. 
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone: 313-831-2787
&
Crossroads at Salem 
21230 Moross
Detroit, MI  48236
Phone: 313-822-4441                                       
Crossroads is a social service outreach agency with two locations in Detroit. Founded in 1971, Crossroads
exists to support the community at large by providing emergency assistance, advocacy, and counseling to 
anyone in need. Acting in partnership with many other agencies, parishes, hospitals, companies and organ-izations in the metro area, Crossroads offers assistance in the form of a hand-up. We work with our clients 
to meet their immediate needs and help them assess their situations to lessen the likelihood of future prob-
lems. 

Southwest Solutions
3627 W. Vernor Hwy.
Detroit, MI  48216
Websites:  www.swsol.org             
S.W. Solutions is a non-profit that is in partnership with Detroit GreenWorks Solutions which provides green 
jobs training to disadvantaged residents of S.W. Detroit to train them for the new "green jobs". Open to return-
ing citizens! You must live in one of the following zip codes: 48208, 48209, 48210, 48216 and 48217. 

Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation
1211 Trumbull
Detroit, MI  48216
Phone: 313-967-4880
Website:  www.dhdc1.org
Reentry Services Case Management
DHDC provides necessary services to adults who are returning home from prison and/or are gang involved. 
Faced with the tremendous challenge of rebuilding a life, program participants learn skills to build on their
strengths and ultimately overcome barriers necessary to positively change their lives. Participants interact 
with others who have managed to lead a drug-free life, stay out of gangs, live a non-criminal lifestyle, and cope with issues around gang participation. Funding for this program is provided by DHDC’s business part-
ners and volunteer work.
NOTE:  
Freedom Ink Tattoo-Removal Program
Reentry Dermatologists and certified medical professionals volunteer their time to remove tattoos for people coming out of a prison or gang lifestyle. To receive this service, participants must commit to a gang and drug-free lifestyle. Volunteers provide services bi-weekly at DHDC. This program is supported entirely through in-
kind services from Dr. Eric Seiger and The Skin and Vein Center, and volunteers from Botsford Hospital.

Matrix Human Services
Administrative Office:
1400 Woodbridge 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-962-5255
Website: https://www.matrixhumanservices.org
Matrix programs are impacting lives. We offer programming at more than 35 locations and have served the 
City of Detroit and surrounding areas for more than 110 years. We continue our work, educating children, supporting families and rebuilding neighborhoods in Detroit.

SHAR Inc.
1852 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone: 313-894-8276   313-894-8444  ext. 2207
Website:  http://sharinc.org/index.html#home
SHAR's service delivery continuum ranges from:
SHAR is continuously evolving and developing innovative ways of positively impacting our community.

Second Chance Support Network 
4986 S. Old US 23
Brighton, MI  48114
Phone: 810-522-5531
Website: http://www.secondchancesupportnetwork.org/index.html
Second Chance Support Network is a non-profit, Christian mentoring program for men and women coming 
out of jail or prison. We offer support which may include helping to set and reach personal goals, provide 
insight into life circumstances, finding services in the community, being a sounding board, helping to con-
nect to a faith group, or possibly someone to just have coffee with. Please click around to get to know the 
Second Chance Support Network. We love God. We love our neighbors. And we love to serve. 
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Second Chance Support Network assists with skill training, resume assistance and interview coaching. We
also work with companies in Livingston County to provide the best candidate for the job.

Damascus Road Ministries
P.O. Box 426
301 S. Tecumseh
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-265-1900
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DamascusRoadMinistriesMI
Damascus Road Ministries (DRM) offers guidance to the homeless and those recently released from jail 
or prison. DRM assists clients in getting food, clothing, furniture, work and necessities such as a driver's
license or identification card. DRM also offers a daytime warming room during the winter and acts as an employment agency, screening and finding temporary jobs for many of its clients.


TAX INCENTIVES & WORK CREDIT INCENTIVES FOR EMPLOYERS TO HIRE RETURNING CITIZENS

Michigan Fidelity Bonding Program 
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/-/media/Project/Websites/leo/Documents/WD/Fact-Sheets/FidelityBondingProgramFactSheet.pdf?rev=e958a6ffcfc943a0be318b5255cb3ed1
The fidelity bond covers job seekers who are considered high-risk due to some factor in their personal background and who have been rejected by a commercial bonding company. Fidelity bonds provide 100% insurance coverage and have no deductible; the employer is fully protected against losses resulting from employee dishonesty. Bond insurance coverage ranges from $5,000 to $25,000 for a six-month period. As 
an incentive to hire members of a targeted population, employers receive the bond coverage FREE OF 
CHARGE for the first six months of the covered employee’s employment. 

Tax Credits
Michigan Bureau of Workers’ & Unemployment Compensation 
WOTC Unit / Cadillac Place 
3024 W. Grand Blvd.  Suite 11-450 
Detroit, MI  48202 
Phone: 313-456-2105 
Website: https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/work-opportunity-tax-credit
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a federal tax credit to reduce the federal tax liability of private
for-profit employers to be used as an incentive for employers to hire individuals from eight different targeted groups: TANF recipients, veterans, ex-felons, high risk youth, summer youth, Food Stamp recipients, SSI recipients, and vocational rehabilitation referrals.


EMPLOYMENT 

Please look under the EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT RESOURCES page on this website! 

M.O.R.E.--Michigan Offender Reintegration Effort
Second Chances for a Better Community and a Brighter Future
Phone: 313-909-6871
Email: employers@moreemploys.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moreemploys
Website: http://www.moreemploys.com
Second Chances For Better Community and a Brighter Future
M.O.R.E -- Michigan Offender Reintegration Effort offers a second chance to those who have made 
mistakes in their lives. We place the right people with the right jobs throughout Michigan. Whether 
you are looking to give someone hope for a better life or find a new job to improve your own life, 
we’re happy to offer you our services. Call us up to arrange an appointment. We’ll have your hiring
or job-seeking needs met in no time by one of our professional team members.

Center for Employment Opportunities
7310 Woodward Ave.  Suite 701B 
Detroit, MI   48202
Phone: 313-752-0680
Email: nhicks@ceoworks.org   Nina Hicks 
&
46156 Woodward Ave.  Suite B-102
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 947-232-7260
Email: tprimuse@ceoworks.org  Trazell Primuse 
Website: https://ceoworks.org/impact-evidence
CEO is the largest reentry employment organization in the U.S.  Since 1996, CEO has offered immediate, 
effective, and comprehensive employment services exclusively to individuals who have recently returned 
home from incarceration. CEO’s program supports participants in gaining the workplace skills and confi-
dence needed for successful transitions to stable, productive lives. Through our proven model, CEO has 
made more than 34,000 unsubsidized job placements with more than 4,000 employers throughout the 
country. CEO’s model works best for individuals who are at the highest risk of recidivism and those con-
fronting significant barriers to employment. 

Live Rite Resource Center 
27700 Gratiot Ave. 
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone: 586-217-5899
Email: liveritestructuredcorp@gmail.com
Website: https://www.liveritestructuredcorp.com
Nu-way Staffing, Vocational Training & Job Assistance:
As you may have heard, we have a staffing company here at Live Rite. It’s called Nu-Way Staffing, and we 
have been hard at work compiling information so we can assist everyone who comes in our doors in find-
ing gainful employment. We have contracts with several local factories and are working diligently to build relationships with others to give our clients the best opportunities possible.


PRISON MINISTRY GROUPS FOR THOSE INCARCERATED AND PAROLEES

Prison Fellowship
44180 Riverside Parkway 
Lansdowne, VA  20176 
Phone: 800-206-9764
Website: https://www.prisonfellowship.org
Prison Fellowship® is the nation's largest nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, 
and a leading advocate for justice reform. We seek to share the real, living hope of the Gospel with people 
who long for its power to make them new. Real restoration begins by addressing the cycle of crime on all 
fronts, in prison and out, and engaging in a cycle of renewal. Offers a wide variety of programs!

Crossroad Bible Institute
P.O. Box 900
Grand Rapids, MI  49509-0900
Phone: 800-668-2450
Email:  mail@crossroadbible.org
Website: https://cpministries.org
At Crossroads Prison Ministries, we connect prisoners with volunteer mentors on the outside. Unlikely 
friendships are formed, and the lives of both prisoners and mentors are changed as they exchange letters, 
study God’s Word and apply biblical truths to their lives.

Broken Yoke Ministries Inc.
PO Box 5824
De Pere, WI  54115-5824
Phone: 262-751-1128
Email:  Bob@brokenyoke.org
Website:  http://brokenyoke.org
For those with same-sex attraction and CSC charges or convictions. Bob Van Domelen, has served as 
ministry director since 1989 and currently focuses on jail and prison ministry with an emphasis on those
with sex-related offenses. In addition to writing and publishing Into the Light, a support newsletter publish-
ed bi-monthly, he has been involved in correspondence ministry to inmates throughout the country and 
has appeared on radio and television as well as at many conferences as a speaker on the issue of ministry 
to those seen as the modern day leper.

ARM Prison Outreach (American Rehabilitation Ministries)
PO Box 1627
Joplin, MO  64802-1490
Phone: 417-781-9100
Email: info@arm.org 
Website:  www.arm.org 
American Rehabilitation Ministries (ARM) is located in Joplin, MO. Its primary mission is to bring the good 
news of salvation to those in prison. ARM began ministering to prisoners in the United States in 1973 when 
there were only 234,000 people in the nation’s prison population, where it had consistently hovered since 
the 1940's. Today, ARM ministers domestically to more than 1.2 million people who are incarcerated in Amer-
ica’s 1,500 state and federal prisons, and another half-million inmates occupying the nation’s 3,200 jails.
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Beginning in 2001, ARM expanded its efforts internationally, beginning with a prison in Mexico and subse-
quently expanding to Africa, India and Russia. Later, branch ministries were added in Cambodia, Thailand, 
South Korea, and the Philippines. Today, ARM takes the Gospel into jails and prison cells on six continents 
and it has five international branch ministry locations.


PRISON MINISTRY GROUPS / PROGRAM HELP FOR PAROLEES

Life Challenge of Southeastern Michigan               
17667 Pierson
Detroit, MI  48219
Phone: 313-531-0111
Email: lifechallenge@um.att.com
Website: https://lcministries.org
&
Life Challenge of Greater Flint
1230 Dupont 
Flint, MI  48504
Phone: 810-235-3787
Life Challenge is a one-year residential recovery program for men and women with drug, alcohol, and other 
life-controlling addictions. Affiliated with Teen Challenge USA, International, our goal is more than rehabili-
tation-helping men and women get clean and sober. Our purpose is to make fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
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Consequently, we seek to help men and women turn from their self-destructive ways and put their faith in 
God. We emphasize Bible study, counseling, and Christian community. Life Challenge has campuses in 
Detroit and Flint. Both programs offer a highly structured environment providing a unique opportunity for 
people to separate themselves temporarily from the normal distractions of life and give needed attention 
to personal spiritual growth.










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(Help For 
Keeping
& Raising 
Your Baby)

Disability 
Resources

Domestic
Abuse 
&
Sexual 
Violence

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Training 
Programs

Emergency 
Housing
Agencies

Emergency
Travel 
Resources

Financial 
Assistance

Food 
Programs/
Distributions
(3 PAGES)

Food 
Programs/
"Soup
Kitchens"

Food 
Programs/
Meals on 
Wheels"

Foster 
Youth 

Grandparents 
As 
Caregivers
Resources

Grief 
Support

Help With 
Rent & 
Mortgage 
Issues

Holiday 
Assistance

Home 
Furnishing
Resources

Hospice 
Resources

Housing
Resources
(non-
emergency)

Immigration
Resources

Immunization
Resources

Legal 
Resources

Learning 
Disability
Resources

Literacy 
Programs

Low-Cost 
Car & Car 
Repair 
Resources

Low-
Income
Home
Mortgage
Assistance 

Mental 
Health
&
Substance 
Abuse
Resources

Mentor 
Programs
(for Youths)
Resources

Organ 
Donation
Resources

Parenting
Resources

Prescription
Resources

Prisoner 

Parolee
Resources

Runaway 
Help

Senior 
Citizen
Resources

Services 
For
Active-Duty
Military
Personnel 
And Their 
Families

Tax 
Services
(FREE)

Transportation
Resources

Utility 
Programs

Veterans
(And Their 
Families) 
Resources

Vision & 
Hearing 
Resources

Weatherization
Resources

Youth 
Programs
(Including 
FREE
&
Low-Cost
Summer 
Camps)






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