We have all made mistakes, we must all own those consequences, but when is too much enough? Reprimand is always meant to rehabilitate. Many times the consequences of mistakes as an adult serve the intended purpose. Beyond a reasonable doubt, the sentence and probation has been served for several years and those who overcome these strict guidelines are more prudent than the average citizen, click here for review & reference. What is a felony? Click here or here

 

Once complete, enthusiasm fades as poverty is usually the ceiling. As employment growth is stagnant despite self improvement, some convictions prevent grants for education, as well as limiting adoption for those who may have health issues or wish to serve a greater purpose in becoming a parent. Those who are parents are limited in volunteering in their child's activities; disenfranchising not only individuals, their families, and communities.

 

Community education is necessary. Past mistakes are still held against a now productive member of society several decades later. Repeatedly being retried by members of the community without knowledge or experience to do so, to a deliberating state contrary to the intended goal at the very risk of the community itself. Kentucky is one of few states that still allows lifelong background checks, while others limit searches to 7-10 years. 

Transient meeting locations
Assitance Application & handbook
JLUSA

JLUSA

JLUSA

JLUSA

Just Leadership

Just Leadership

JLUSA

JLUSA

JLUSA

JLUSA

JLUSA

JLUSA

#Cut50

#Cut50

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Day of Empathy

Day of Empathy

#Cut50

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Choua Lor

Choua Lor

KY Capital

Mary Walls

Mary Walls

Volunteer Award

YPAL & CNEP

YPAL & CNEP

Tamesha & Brandon

Team meeting

Team meeting

Russ Smith signs our auction item

Grants meeting

Grants meeting

Angela & Tracy

Jason Smith

Jason Smith

at historic HB40 signing

KY Capital

KY Capital

Jason Smith

Jason Smith

Urban League

Urban League

Mary Walls

Mary Walls

Russ Smith

Russ Smith

& Choua Lor

Tracy Chester & Benham Simms

Big John at & Steve Kelly

Jason Smith

Jason Smith

& Tuskegee airmen

Brandon & Tracy

Brandon & Tracy

@ YUM YPAL CNEP

Tracy Chester

Tracy Chester

Team at Griffs

Team at Griffs

Mary Walls

Mary Walls

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Andrea and Steve

Andrea and Steve

Team meeting 50 cent for auction

Team meeting

Team meeting

KY State Capital

KY State Capital

Jason Smith

Jason Smith

Supreme Court

Supreme Court

KY State Capitol

KY State Capitol

KY State Capitol

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC) rally

Jason & Tracy with

Jason & Tracy with

Lindsay Hughes Thurston Asst Sec of State

Rotunda

Rotunda

Rally at the Capitol

Rally at the Capitol

Rotunda, KY State Capitol

KY State Capitol

KY State Capitol

Jason Smith

Supreme Court

Supreme Court

Tracy L. Chester

Resources

Housing

Finding housing after release from prison can be difficult. As a condition of your probation, you must have an address where visits can be conducted. Many individuals lose support of family, friends and do not have a place to seek refuge, compounded by no money & bad credi in part from an inability to pay while incarceratedt. Utilize these links for immediate and long term living.

Employment

Finding employment after release can be trying. Often reformed, honesty and integrity aren't always rewarded. Odd jobs aren't always consistent, explaining the job gap in your employment history, to the background check can make employment very difficult. Utilize the avaliable resources to employers who believe in second chances, and supporting their community with employing qualified individuals willing to work hard.

 

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