Welcome to Life After Release

About Us

Embrace Change

We vow to provide each returning citizen of Prince Georges County with an opportunity to overcome the barriers that often plague individuals after release from incarceration.   

Life Outside

  Offering support and identifying needs of ex-offenders that are re-entering Prince Georges county Maryland. Helping them to navigate through the court system with issues such as child support, child custody, restitution, post-conviction and other matters relating to obtaining the highest quality of life possible. Address county officials with issues relating to employment and substance abuse.   

Reducing Recidivism

 Getting out of prison is the easy part. Staying out requires a change in lifestyle,thought patterns and people. With our help you can make not only a change, but a difference. 

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Hiring Ex-Offenders is Good Business

You are not losing by hiring a returing citizen. Your company takes no risk. Get educated on the process. Help rebuild a life hire and our community. 

Testimonials

 The American criminal justice system holds more than 2.3 million people in 1,719 state prisons, 102 federal prisons, 942 juvenile correctional facilities, 3,283 local jails, and 79 Indian Country jails as well as in military prisons, immigration detention facilities, civil commitment centers, and prisons in the U.S. territories. Check these stories 

Fair Chance Hiring

  (70) million adults living in the U.S.—about one in three American adults—has a criminal record that will show up on a routine background check.1 . This creates a serious barrier to employment for Americans who are trying to support themselves and their families.  

5 Reason Why

By giving ex-convicts an opportunity to demonstrate that they have reformed, you send a positive message to the local community as a whole, and you discourage re-offending.