OUTREACH REENTRY MINISTRY INC. THE NATIONAL REDEMPTION PROJECT 501 (C)(3)
The National Redemption Project 2022
Transitional Aftercare Facilities throughout the United States & Central America
The National Redemption Project 2022
Transitional Aftercare Facilities throughout the United States & Central America
Our Three - Phase Programs:
Our Three - Phase Programs provide support to the applicants for the development and implementation of comprehensive and collaborative reentry strategies specifically designed to increase public safety by reducing recidivism.
Elder Willie Simpson Founder & National Director of Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc discusses the Redemption Project with Florence Mayor Andy Betterton. The National Redemption Project is offered to Ex-offenders and their Families and to the Homeless Population in Florence, Alabama and around the country.. The classes consist of the following programs: Basic Life Skills, Substance Abuse / Trauma / Gate Fever Education / Root Based Therapeutics / Mental Health / AA-NA / Stabilization Aftercare / Entrepreneurship / Workforce Development / Job Placement / Credit Report Adjustment / Computer Literacy Classes / Civil & Social Rights Responsibilities / Homeless Assistance / Criminal Justice Reform. For more info please visit our Redemption Project page!!
Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc. Chairman Councilman Sam Pendleton is in the process of working with Mayor Andy Betterton in opening a Aftercare Transitional Facility in the city of Florence, Alabama. We will also be reaching out to our Partners around the country as we seek to take our Criminal Justice Reform Mission and the National Redemption Project nationwide!
If your Ministry or Organization would like to become apart of this national movement (The National Redemption Project) please contact our administrative offices @ 256-394-3306 or email@example.com
As the Outreach Reentry Ministry Task Force our Mission is Criminal Justice Reform our Goal is to assist Offenders, Ex-offenders their Families Members & the Homeless Population through the National Redemption Project and our Three (3) Step Phase Programs (1) Preparation (2) Transition & (3) Stabilization
The National Redemption Project has appointed the PAP Network of Starkville MS. as our Mississippi State Representatives as we seek to assist men & women with the resources needed upon their release from incarcerations. The PAP Network also specializes in assistance the youth in At-Risk & High-Risk area throughout the state of Mississippi.
For more information on their Programs & Services in the Mississippi area please contact Mr.. Anthony Kemp our National Redemption Project Mississippi State Director at 662-312-6877.
National Director: Elder Willie Simpson, AL firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice National Director: Mr. Rasheed Salaam, MO email@example.com
National Chairman of the Board: Councilman Sam Pendleton, AL firstname.lastname@example.org
National Chief of Staff Mr. Joshua Simpson, AL email@example.com
First Administrative Assistant Mr. Jesse Hinckley UNA firstname.lastname@example.org
Accountant Mr. Richard Telesford, GA email@example.com
CPA Mr. Mike Tucker, AL firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Johnny Smith National Treasurer, AL email@example.com
National Spiritual Advisor TX Dr. F.D. Guyton firstname.lastname@example.org
National Administrator: Mr. Raymond Comeau / Costa Rica email@example.com
Vice National Administrator / Ms Judith Ojo / NY firstname.lastname@example.org
National Chaplain: Rev. Robert McCather / AL email@example.com
National Chaplain Pastor Brunetta Nelson, GA firstname.lastname@example.org
National Secretary: Ms Serene Derrick / AL email@example.com
National Life Skills Coordinator: General Parker / IL firstname.lastname@example.org
Louisiana State Director Ms. Saundra Smith, LA email@example.com
Mississippi State Director Mr. Anthony Kemp, MS firstname.lastname@example.org
Tennessee State Director Mr. Andrew (Drew) Siner, TN email@example.com
National Workforce Development Coord Susan Simmons Stevenson / GA firstname.lastname@example.org
Huntsville Alabama: Director Latosha Simpson / AL email@example.com
Ms. Shelly Beason, ATL..... firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev Guy Wells, MS *..... email@example.com
Mr. Vernon Key, AL *...... firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Micah Carter, AL * ,,, email@example.com
Mr. Jerry Blassingame, SC *.. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Denise Ragland, TN * email@example.com
Deacon Homer Crittenden, AL *..... firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Jayreshena Cavalier, TX * email@example.com
Pastor Corion Gray, LA * firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Marlon Hammond, IL ..... email@example.com
Mrs. Ana Parson, TN * firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Laurence Littleton, IL * email@example.com
Mr. Damon Taylor, KY * firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. James Mason, TX * email@example.com
Mr. Charlie Burgess Jr, MS *.... firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Sidney Vallie, TX.. email@example.com
Mr. Ronald Lee, TX * firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Stanley Birl, AL * email@example.com
Mr. Thomas Headen, TX * firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Veronica Williams, TX, * email@example.com
Mr. Daniel Crooks, AL*... firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Linda Baptiste CA * email@example.com
Mrs. Eartha Stone, TX..... firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Shamka Sledge, AL..... TheMelanin_Pride@yahoo.com
Mr. Henderson Kelly, TN *.... email@example.com
Mr. John Paul Taylor, GA... firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Henry Weekly, MO *..... email@example.com
Elder Leo Tate, TN..... firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. David Bullock, GA..... email@example.com
Ms Melissa Hardin, AL.... firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Sha'na Gatrey, AL..... email@example.com
Mr Malcolm Wallace, TN......... firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Starlin Swinney, AL..... email@example.com
Mr. Hasaan Sharif, MO.... firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Lorenzo Petty, MO....email@example.com
Mr. Julian Burgos, AL.... firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Jhimara Burgos, AL.... email@example.com
Ms Patricia Muhammad, KY....firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Twileen Lee, OH..... email@example.com
Ms Renea Simpson, AL.....firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Pat Smith, AL......email@example.com
Ms Laura Bullock, TX..... firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Eva Graham, AL..... email@example.com
Mr. Bobby Smith, GA.... firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Nancy Mattox, AR... email@example.com
Ms Ronae Eastman, PA... firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Pat Smith, AL....email@example.com
Ms Joyce Adams, GA..... firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Willie Johnson, GA... email@example.com
Ms Jessica Carrol, TX.... firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Tia, TX email@example.com
Chaplain Paula Robinson, TX firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Arlina Staton, GA email@example.com
Mr. Michael Fleming, GA firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Alison Cunningham, IL email@example.com
Ms. Maria Santa, FL firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Amira Wazeer, GA email@example.com
Mr. Timothy Harris, NC firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Gladden Williams, GA email@example.com
Mr. Harold Southern, AL firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Eddie Lavert Jr. GA email@example.com
Mr. Mike Briggs, IN firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Brunetta Nelson ATL email@example.com
Ms. Valencia McDaniels GA firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Waleisah Wilson GA email@example.com
Ms Sharee Jackson GA firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Beverly Rhodes GA email@example.com
Mr. AL Huston GA firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Joshua Simpson from Huntsville, AL is the Chief of Staff of the National Redemption Project. Joshua, the son of our National Director is committed to working with the At Risk & High Risk youth in our communities around the country. Please contact Joshua to schedule a youth seminar for your group or organization!
Join us every Thursday for (one hour) @ 7pm -8pm CST on our new virtual platform ZOOM!!!!!
Counseling Sessions available by appointments only by contacting 256-394-3306
Outreach Reentry Ministry / "The Redemption Project" best accomplished our Mission, Vision, Programs and Services through a four step Foundational Value Phase Approach. The four basic phases of successful reentry used by Outreach Reentry Ministry are (1) Redemption (2) Preparation (3) Transition & (4) Stabilization.... For more information on these programs and serives please contact us @ 256-394-3306 or email@example.com or continue visiting our site then contact us and let us know how we can assist you!
An Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc. Transitional Facility for Ex-offenders returning to society after incarceration!!!
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals of helping to reduce recidivism in our jails and prison systems. Your generous donation will help fund our mission. Thank you and God bless you!
EIN 63-1009013 IRS APPROVED
Please be advised that Mrs Arlinda Simpson our Administrator & Wife of our Executive Director & Founder went home to be with the Lord on Sunday August 19th 2018. Mrs Arlinda Simpson headed up our Women's Prison Ministry and was devoted to visiting the women that are incarcerated in our Jail & Prison Sysyems. Mrs Simpson loved the Lord with all of her heart. Rest In PEACE Soldier!
The Stabilization Aftercare Program offers assistance to Offenders, Ex-Offenders & their Family Members through our Three - Fold Vision and Implementation Programs (1) Preparation (2) Transition & (3) Stabilization
Please contact 256-394-3306 or firstname.lastname@example.org for detail information!!!
Rev. Charlie Burgess is one of the leading figures in the North Alabama area. He is the Associate Minister @ the Bethel Colbert Missionary Baptist Church, President of the Martin Luther King Jr. Committee of North West Alabama & President of the Interdominational Ministerial Alliance. Rev. Burgess also hosts a weekly radio program "Rev. Burgess & Friends" which airs on WZZA 1410 AM prime time each Saturday from 12:00-1:00pm CST ( Elder Willie Simpson is the Co-Host of the weekly "Rev. Burgess & Friends" radio program)
RIP Mr. Hillman Muhammad. Mr. Hillman Muhammad was the Alabama State Director of Black Wall Street USA. Rest in peace Brother we will see you on the other side!!!!!
*Cognitive Behavior Therapy / Gate Fever Education - Meeting the emotional-social behavioral needs at pre-release
*Employment & Entrepreneurship - obtaining employment or entrepreneurial opps for those released
*Housing - meeting housing needs of those released
*Health & Wellness / Ttauma / Root Based Therapeutics - meeting medical care needs to those released
*Education / Workforce Development - meeting educational needs for those released
*Life Skills & Employability Skills - meeting the life & employability skills of those released
*Restoration of Civil & Social Rights - assisting those released to obtain the restoration of their civil rights so that they can live as full citizens after they have paid their debt to society
Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc. / "The Redemption Project" provides services to prisoners, ex-offenders and their family members. Our programs provide support to those applicants for the development and implementation of comprehensive and collaborative reentry strategies specifically designed to increase public safety by reducing recidivism.
Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc. / "The Redemption Project" provides reentry services to individuals leaving incarceration (with a focus on individuals identified as being at medium to high risk to recidivism) including AA / NA programs, anger management, support for housing, education, employment and family relationships as well as and mental health treatment linkages, and therapy that addresses criminal thinking patterns.
Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc. / "The Redemption Project" is best accomplished through a phased approach. The three basic phases of successful reentry used by Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc. /"The Redemption Project" are indicated below:
* Preparation: Beginning 6 to 12 months prior to release. Volunteers focus on equipping the prisoners with the skills, education, and resources needed to make a successful transition to the outside world.
* Transitional: When the ex-prisoner leaves the prison gates reentry volunteers make sure he or she has safe housing, food, clothing, and many other key supports. During the early days of release most ex-prisoners need daily encouragement and assistance until the crisis-levels needed are resolved. Then they need continued weekly contact, spiritual guidance, and emotional support for 6 - 12 months as they find employment, begin to rebuild relationships, and adapt to their new life outside of prison.
* Stabilization: Volunteers continue to disciple and assist the ex-prisoner forward establishing consistent personal habits, healthy relationships, spiritual growth, and church commitment. One very important sign of stabilization is when the ex-prisoner become involved in serving others in the community instead of expecting to be served. This phase is our long term extensive aftercare program which is an on going process!!!!!!!!
Recidivism: Every year approximately 700.000
men and women are released from U.S. Prisons. That's the equivalent of about 2,000 ex-prisoners a day returning to communities across the country. Studies show that without intervention, two-thirds of those will return to prison within three years. Prisoners often go back to prison not because they commit a crime, but because they violate parole.
For many prisoners, the months prior to release are a time of intense fear and insecurity. The time of duress is sometimes referred to as
For years decisions were made for them by the Department of Corrections. They were told what to eat, what to wear, where to go, and what to do. Now suddenly the former prisoner must make a myriad of decisions about life in the free world - a place that may no longer feel like home, but more like a foreign country.
The challenge for reentry ministry volunteers is to be prepared to support returning prisoners during their long journey home. This journey actually begins months before they walk out of the prison gates.
The moment ex-prisoners leave the prison gate, they face many critical decisions:
* Where they will live
* Where they will look for a job
* What to eat
* How to pay for these necessities
But this isn't all:
The dire consequences of a felony conviction last far longer than the years spent in prison followed by more time on parole. In addition to those direct punishments:
* lose their right to vote
* can not possess a gun
* offenders are denied licenses for
They are frequently:
* Denied parental rights
* Denied driver's licenses
* Denied student loans
* Denied residency in public housing
Sex offenders are required to:
* register with the local police
* Often are banned from many areas
These are called "Collateral Consequences"
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THE REDEMPTION PROJECT
Elder Willie Simpson Founder & Executive Director