Yavapai Reentry Project Offers Programs to Educate the Community on the Challenges People Returning from Incarceration Face

Yavapai Reentry Project, a project of MATFORCE, is excited to offer community members 2 events focused on volunteer opportunities and a chance to understand the barriers that a person returning from incarceration might encounter.

Below is a list of classes. For more information about any of these events please visit YavapaiReentryProject.org.

From Inmate to Citizen
Do you have a loved one who is incarcerated or want to learn more about the barriers people face returning to the community after being incarcerated? Attend the From Inmate to Citizen class to help understand the excitement, fear, and challenges when transitioning from prison into the community. Visit YavapaiReentryProject.org/events-news to learn more about the topics discussed during this class that is offered both in-person and virtually.

The next class is Wednesday, February 22nd from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. The in-person location is Prescott Valley Public Library, Glassford Hill Room, located at 7401 Skoog Blvd, Prescott Valley. Registration is required for the virtual option only. Visit YavapaiReentryProject.org/events-news to register today.

Become a Community Coach
Are you interested in serving as a volunteer guide or mentor for someone reentering the community after incarceration? Consider becoming a Community Coach.

Receive free training to learn needed skills for working one-on-one in helping provide referrals, emotional support and resources for community members returning from incarceration. No experience, prior qualifications, or education is needed. All that is needed is the desire to help!

The next class is Saturday, March 25th, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the MATFORCE office located at 8056 E. Valley Road, Suite B, Prescott Valley. Visit YavapaiReentryProject.org/events-news to register today to learn how you can become a Community Coach and become a partner in hope.

For more information about the Yavapai Reentry Project or any of these programs visit YavapaiReentryProject.org or contact info@YavapaiReentryProject.org or (928) 708-0100.

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