THURSDAY, APRIL 29TH
Faith, Family, & Relationships
Reentry is hard. Reintegration is even tougher. Justice involved individuals experience higher rates of success through strong Faith, Family, & Relationships. Join us today as we explore and celebrate the benefits support provides.
10am – 11:30am
IMPACT’s ABC (A Bridge to Change) Reentry Class # 90!
Hosted by: Dr. Lewis E. Dodley
Participants share exercises and reflections from the class, focused on relationships and cultivating oneself to make a positive change in your life.
2pm – 3:30pm
I Am Here If You Need Me: Developing & Maintaining Healthy Relationships
Hosted by: Marcia White – Certified Peer Support Specialist Coordinator, Justice Policy & Programs and IMPACT Community Action
This session is designed to share the value of Developing and Maintaining Healthy Relationships, and how the ongoing support of Comprehensive Case Management and Peer Support makes all the difference in lifelong changes.
3pm – 4pm
“Cast Not The Stone…”
Hosted by: Pastor Fitzgerald
People make mistakes. People make bad decisions. It is important that communities of faith continue to lead the charge and be among the first to embrace men and women returning home from incarceration. Join Pastor Fitzgerald of Christian Valley Baptist Church as he hosts a conversation among faith leaders about the execution of faith and good works.
7pm – 8pm
Arts & Reentry
Hosted by: Jarred Small of Ohio Prison Arts Connection; Patrice Palmer – Reentry Services Specialist, Justice Policy & Programs; Michael Powell, Director of Outreach – Healing Broken Circles; Tresalyn Butler, Director of Social Services – Franklin County Correction Center
Panelists will discuss the intersection of arts and reentry, and how making and appreciating art can promote mental wellness among returning citizens and those who are justice involved.