Constructing Futures works to make a significant impact in the recidivism rate of men and women who are reentering society from jail or prison by training and giving marketable skills to those who sincerely want to change.
Nearly 83% of individuals released from prison are rearrested in 3 years.
Constructing Futures combats this trend.
Employment and job training programs for individuals released from prison can help reduce their risk of recidivism, providing them the opportunity to earn income for their families, develop skills, make stronger positive relationships, and engage in meaningful work.
Our work involves three key elements:
After release, men and women gain job skills and experience