501(c)3 Tax ID: 85-3891521


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Assisting citizens ​returning from prison ​successfully navigate ​the barriers and ​obstacles of re-entry.

Healthy communities create a sense of belonging

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Help fund necessities for returning citizens.

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We deeply appreciate your generous contribution towards our cause. Please be informed that all funds received through this donation solicitation will be considered unrestricted and may be allocated to support various aspects of our organization's mission, as deemed necessary by our board and leadership team. This includes, but is not limited to, operational expenses, program development, community outreach, and other vital initiatives.

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Moving Forward


Meeting individuals with dignity and respect the moment they are released from prison.

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Welcome Home
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Many individuals being released from prison have no ride home.

Our staff greets them at the gate to provide safe transportation, essential items, and their first meal out.


Within 2 weeks from the date of release, individuals released from custody are:

12.7 x

12.7 times more likely than the general population

to die from an overdose.

18 x

18 times more likely than the general population

to die from suicide.

*National Institute of Health, 2014

“People who are picked up upon release and provided transportation directly to services often see more ideal outcomes compared to people who are simply released to the streets.”

*National Institute of Health, 2020

Peer Mentorship


Partnering returning citizens with trained mentors who share lived experiences.

Providing education and assistance around:

The Pathway

Make a Personal Commitment

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Create a

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Establish a Routine Lifestyle

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Build a healthy Support System

Our Mission

To assist returning citizens in successfully navigating the barriers and obstacles of re-entry from incarceration.

Our Team

David Cassano

Re-entry Navigator

Shannon De Angelis

Re-entry Navigator




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Contact us.

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Need help getting connected to community resources?

Interested in mentoring or being mentored?

Questions about the book?

Just want to say hi?

Please send email:

or letter:


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PO Box 675

Bend, OR 97709

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2669 NE Twin Knolls Dr., Ste 206

Bend, Oregon 97701