For over a decade, The Hope Foundation Reentry Network (NFRN) has dedicated itself to providing community transitional and rehabilitative services that promote successful reintegration into society. In doing so, we have had lucrative success in changing our community one person at a time. We have garnered amazing support, and have worked directly with various government and non profit agencies throughout the greater Washington, DC area. Take a second to learn more about the HFRN and ways that you can join our cause. We welcome the continued support and all is appreciated no matter if you are looking to volunteer, make a monetary donation, or simply show your support by attending one of our sponsored events.

For over a decade, The Hope Foundation Reentry Network (NFRN) has dedicated itself to providing community transitional and rehabilitative services that promote successful reintegration into society. In doing so, we have had lucrative success in changing our community one person at a time. We have garnered amazing support, and have worked directly with various government and non profit agencies throughout the greater Washington, DC area. Take a second to learn more about the HFRN and ways that you can join our cause. We welcome the continued support and all is appreciated no matter if you are looking to volunteer, make a monetary donation, or simply show your support by attending one of our sponsored events.

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Returning Citizens

Each year approximately 20,000 persons return home in our region from serving their time in prison. Most of these men and women will experience great difficulty in managing basic necessities for successful reintegration: finding work and housing, reunifying with family, accessing health and substance abuse services that are crucial for recovery. Many newly released individuals are estranged from family and friends, or are choosing to find newer, more supportive networks.

Our goal is to help prevent returning citizens from falling back to previous mistakes by helping them find and follow a path to a new career. We do this by creating a support network centered around volunteer mentors who work closely with returning citizens and providing much needed resources and services. Together, we help participants overcome big and small obstacles on route to finding a job, a safe place to live, and a community of support.

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Each year approximately 20,000 persons return home in our region from serving their time in prison. Most of these men and women will experience great difficulty in managing basic necessities for successful reintegration: finding work and housing, reunifying with family, accessing health and substance abuse services that are crucial for recovery. Many newly released individuals are estranged from family and friends, or are choosing to find newer, more supportive networks. Our goal is to help prevent returning citizens from falling back to previous mistakes by helping them find and follow a path to a new career. We do this by creating a support network centered around volunteer mentors who work closely with returning citizens and providing much needed resources and services. Together, we help participants overcome big and small obstacles on route to finding a job, a safe place to live, and a community of support.
Corey Knight
Founder & CEO

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