Mentoring and solid work readiness training equip successful transition from prison to the workplace and community.
Mentors are the friends who walk alongside returning prisoners transitioning to work and community. Mentors are a critical part of 70×7 Life Recovery. The mentor relationships matter greatly in a returning prisoner’s moving to the life God intended for him or her to have.
70×7’s Work Readiness uses the Jobs4Life training. As one of the recent graduates said:
“The work is tough, but it builds real job skills.”
If you’d like to find out more about mentoring, CONTACT Joe Whalen, (231) 740-9566.
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