Support Group (RAP)

The Reentry Advocacy Project (RAP) provides support and fellowship for persons directly impacted by the criminal justice system and advocates for policies and practices that directly and positively impact justice-involved persons and their families.

RAP advocates for social change and reducing barriers to positive integration by actively participating in civic affairs, presenting to community groups, and serving as mentors and role models to other individuals with lived experience in the criminal justice system. One seat on the Reentry Roundtable's Planning Council and Executive Committee is reserved for a RAP liaison.

Monthly meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month from 6-7 p.m. virtually over Zoom.

 

Please click here for more information on these meetings. We hope to see you there!