1.The Ordinary Peoples Society T.O.P.S. is an innovative, faith-based community program founded in 1999. TOPS offers hope and creates an environment that provides a continuum of unconditional acceptance and care to individuals and their families who suffer the effects of drug addiction, mass-incarceration, homelessness, poverty, unemployment, hunger and illness-without regard to race, sex, creed, color, religion or social status.
The Ordinary People Society (TOPS), 403 West Powell St., Dothan, AL 36303
2. Alabama Nonviolent Offenders Organization (ANVOO) The Alabama Non-Violent Offenders Organization (ANVOO), a non-profit corporation, is a charitable organization that serves non-violent offenders throughout Alabama, focusing specifically on Huntsville and Madison County.(256) 288-3175, http://www.anvoo.org , firstname.lastname@example.org
ANVOO, 701 Andrew Jackson Way, Suite-B, Huntsville, AL 35601
3. Alabama Justice Ministries Network Alabama Justice Ministries Network (AJMN) is a non-profit, faith based organization located in Birmingham, Alabama. AJMN was founded in July 2001 and has established itself primarily with the Alabama state prisons and metro Birmingham jails. (205) 601-2941, http://ajmn.org/ , email@example.com
Alabama Justice Ministries Network, 507 Whitmore Drive, Birmingham, AL
4. Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham was built on, and continues to thrive on, the idea that together, we have the power to create transformational change. We work every day to take on the fundamental issues that challenge the growth and success of the people in our communities,
supporting those in need in our five-county region and supporting those who support others.
Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham, 2100 First Ave., N., Ste. 700, Birmingham AL 35203
5. Aid to Inmate Mothers (AIM) Aid to Inmate Mothers (AIM) Inc., was founded in 1987 by Church Women United, The Alabama Prison Project, The Alabama Department of Corrections and a group of committed volunteers who discovered that there were many women in prison who never saw their children. (334) 262-2245, http://www.inmatemoms.org
AIM, P.O. Box 986, Montgomery, AL 36101
6. Renascence, Inc. Renascence is a residential program in Montgomery, Alabama for non-violent, ex-offenders who have recently been paroled from prison.
Renascence, 215 Clayton Street, Montgomery, AL 36104
7. New Beginnings Foundation (NBFI) Reentry Through Christ - A faith based prisoner reentry program for Alabama lowering the recidivism rate.
334) 220-6519, http://www.nbfi.org, Kenneth.Brothers@nbfi.org
New Beginnings Foundation, Inc., 305 South Perry Street, Montgomery, AL 36104
8. The Dannon Project The Dannon Project helps restore lives through providing supportive assistance including short term training and certifications, job prep and placement to youth, unemployed, underemployed and re-entry services to previously incarcerated persons to repair, restore, and renew not only their lives, but the lives of their families too giving them second chances for achieving life success. (205) 202-4072, http://www.dannonproject.org, firstname.lastname@example.org The Dannon Project, 2324 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203
9. The Emerald Coast Messianic Ministries We provide educational and worship opportunities in Alabama and Florida prisons. This inside prison renewal program saves souls each year. It is extremely rewarding to watch God's miracles at work! Men change their lives when they accept our L-rd Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus). (251) 979-8886, http://www.emeraldcoastmessianicministries.org, email@example.com
Emerald Coast Messianic Ministries, Inc., P.O. Box 154, Elberta, AL 36530
10. The Foundry Ministries The Foundry Ministries restores hope and rebuilds the lives of the addict, the ex-inmate and the destitute through Christ-centered Recovery and Rescue.
(205) 424-4673, http://foundryministries.com/, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Foundry Ministries, P.O. Box 824, Bessemer, AL 35021
11. Project Reconnect Aid to Inmate Mothers created an aftercare program, Project Reconnect, to prepare the women for release and help them successfully transition back into the community. (334) 262-2245, http://www.inmatemoms.org/, email@example.com
Aid to Inmate Mothers (AIM), P.O. Box 986, Montgomery, AL 36101
12. Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Offenders Pursue Excellence) Re-Entry Initiative The mission of Project H.O.P.E. is to address the needs of re-entering ex-offenders in order to make their transition back into main stream society a success. For instance, Project H.O.P.E. attempts to assist ex-offenders in addressing their housing, educational and
employment needs. (251) 441-5845, http://www.justice.gov/usao/als/index.html Eric.Day@usdoj.gov The United States Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Alabama, 63 South Royal St., Ste. 600, Mobile, AL 36602
13. Shepherd’s Fold, Inc. Shepherd's Fold, Inc. is a residential life transformation center for men and women being released from prison. (205) 780-6211, http://sfalabama.org/, firstname.lastname@example.org Shepherd’s Fold, Inc. P.O. Box 2084, Birmingham, AL 35203
14. We Care Program The vision of We Care Program is to see the redemptive power of Christ become evident in the lives of inmates as they grow and make disciples in prison and beyond. Our mission is to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ through chaplaincy in the correctional setting. Our vision and mission statements are the goals that keep us entering prison each day to minister to the men and women behind bars. (251) 368-8818, http://www.wecareprogram.org/, email@example.com
We Care Program, 3493 Highway 21, Atmore, AL 36502
15. United Prison Ministries International The mission, passion, and purpose of United Prison Ministries International is to share the love of God; present the gospel of Jesus Christ and express the meaning of faith through the power of prayer.
(205) 755-4744, http://www.upmi.org/, firstname.lastname@example.org
United Prison Ministries International, 890 County Road 93, P.O.Box 8, Verbena, AL 36091
16. University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine Substance Abuse
Program Community Justice Programs: Adult Community Justice Programs is the designated Community Corrections Program for Jefferson County. The program provides community-based sentencing options in lieu of prison incarceration for non-violent felony offenders. Participants receive comprehensive case management services
including evidence-based assessment and individualized case planning.
(205) 917-3780 ext. 255, https://www.uab.edu/medicine/substanceabuse/programs, email@example.com University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine Substance Abuse Program, 401 Beacon Parkway West,
Birmingham, AL 35209
17. District Attorney's Pre-Trial Diversion Program The District Attorney's Pre-Trial Diversion (PTD) Program diverts certain first-time nonviolent defendants from the traditional court system into a highly individualized and supervised restorative program.
(334) 832-2550, http://www.montgomeryda.com/, firstname.lastname@example.org
Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, 251 South Lawrence St., Montgomery, AL 36102
18. A Day of New Beginnings A six month transitional housing program for homeless women who have been incarcerated.
(256) 399-6908, https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Day-of-New-Beginnings-Inc/154131807958458, email@example.com
A Day of New Beginnings, Inc., 114-B Brown Ave., Rainbow City, AL 35906