Prison ministers generally agree that most inmates really do want to change. After they’re released, the two things they need most are the two things hardest to obtain: a decent place to live, and a job. Compassion can be the difference between a new life path and repeat incarceration.
Our staff members work with men and women in state and federal prisons in Minnesota and North Dakota, those about to be released, or people freed after serving time to rebuild their lives and strengthen their faith in God.
- Music theory
- Celebrate Recovery
- Correspondence Bible courses
- The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People classes
- Groceries and hot meals
- Clothing vouchers
- Utility assistance
- Employment referrals
- Medical assistance referrals
We also have a Twin Cities-based support team that works one-on-one with dozens of individuals to maximize the resources available to help them transition back into society (learn more about this program).
Housing & Addiction Recovery
- Our Harbor Light Center, 1010 Currie Ave. in Minneapolis, offers an emergency overnight shelter, temporary supportive housing, and a licensed drug and alcohol treatment program for men (Beacon Program).
- The Adult Rehabilitation Center, 900 N. 4th St. in Minneapolis, is an addiction recovery resource for men, offering free, long-term care.
Though based in Minneapolis, these locations serve anyone in Minnesota or North Dakota.
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For questions, please contact correctional services or call 651-746-3534.