Social & Economic Recovery Services

As returning citizens continue their journey to wholeness they are confronted with social and economic challenges; getting an identification card, finding housing, securing food, and preparing to return to the workforce. The Social Economic Department bridges returning citizens to the necessary community resources to promote successful reintegration.  

Social & Economic Recovery Services

As returning citizens continue their journey to wholeness they are confronted with social and economic challenges; getting an identification card, finding housing, securing food, and preparing to return to the workforce. The Social Economic Department bridges returning citizens to the necessary community resources to promote successful reintegration.  

Identification Restoration

MWIPM provides Health Education and Risk Reduction educational sessions for returning citizens, including HIV/HCV, STI, Cancer Awareness, and other minority health concerns.

– Self Funded Program-

Computer Laboratory & Resource Center

MWIPM provides clients access to computers to support job searches, writing resumes, housing searches and other activities that increase reintegration with the community and reduce recidivism. The Resource Center conducts mock job interviews and workforce soft skills training.

Family Reunification Services

Incarceration of a family member changes the dynamics of the entire family. MWIPM supports family members while loved ones are incarcerated, during planning for their release and reintegration.

Continuing Education Services

MWIPM assist returning citizens to prepare for and obtain a GED.

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