Assisting those battling addiction or returning home from incarceration
Reconnecting with society can be extremely difficult for men and women who have been incarcerated or are newly recovering from addiction. Most of them look eagerly toward contributing to their families and communities, but they may not know where to start. They are also often faced with scrutiny and frustratingly high barriers rather than encouragement and support.
The purpose of Re-Entry & Recovery pillar is to provide grants to community Partners in aiding returning previously incarcerated citizens and those desiring recovery from addiction disorders. These partners will provide caring support of basic needs, ReEntry & Recovery supports, ReEntry-recovery housing, job assessment, education and life skills training leading to sustainable meaningful employment.
Providing access to basic support needs such as food, clothing, housing, etc.
Empowering those desiring help from addiction and returning home a clear path connecting them to services and mentors.
Connecting and providing returning citizens and veterans with meaningful employment opportunities.
With a commitment to fostering successful reintegration into society for anyone who has been isolated, the Dalton Foundation also embraces opportunities to work with partners that provide resources and assistance to military veterans.