Carefully guided reintegration back into society as a law abiding, productive, and contributing member is one of the most effective means of reducing recidivism; for every year a person in Oregon is incarcerated during 2009-2011 it cost an estimated $30,660 dollars to maintain them in a facility - money needed elsewhere.
Stepping Out Ministries primary mission is the reduction of recidivism through a proven program model centering on accountability, personal enrichment, cultivation of integrity, and restoration through community outreach.
Our program model has an internal funding rate of ninety percent, paid for by the clients through program services revenue, resulting in a very cost-effective means to reduce repeat crime, thereby freeing tax dollars for other purposes such as education and human services.
A collaborative effort involving community corrections, education, law enforcement and non-profit agencies.
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Recidivism information from the US Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs.
The Office of Justice Programs website dedicated to reentry.
Governor John Kitzhaber's Re-entry Council (REC) for the State of Oregon.
A large and very useful nationwide directory of transitional housing shelters.
Our GuideStar Exchange profile is completely up to date with our latest program developments and annual financial information.