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Help We Stay Free get its 501c3 and 1-800 number!
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Ended Oct 21, 2014
We Stay Free is a collaborative effort between “outside students” from Western Kentucky University’s Sociology Department and “inside students” from DeBerry Special Needs Facility, a maximum security Men’s prison in Nashville, Tennessee. The ...

We Stay Free is a collaborative effort between “outside students” from Western Kentucky University’s Sociology Department and “inside students” from DeBerry Special Needs Facility, a maximum security Men’s prison in Nashville, Tennessee. The goal of We Stay Free is to help previously incarcerated individuals reintegrate into society without recidivating (or reoffending).   We Stay Free is currently fundraising in order to pay the $850 filing fee to obtain its non-profit status (501c3) from the government. In addition, We Stay Free is fundraising in order to get a 24/7 1-800 phone line off the ground by the end of January 2014. This phone line will serve to connect individuals who are struggling with reentry, and their families, with the resources that they so desperately need after incarceration. 1/100 Americans are currently incarcerated and 7/10 will recidivate. Help us make a difference in these individuals’ lives, so that they can go on to become pro-social members of our society. America can no longer afford to ignore the need for rehabilitation in corrections. Our five year plan also includes a transitional living home modeled after the wildly successful Delancey Street Foundation of San Francisco, California, which has over a 90% success rate in rehabilitating individuals. Become an ally of We Stay Free today!

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