Summary: Memphis nonprofit organization, Lifeline to Success, has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the Department of Justice to support community-based reentry programs and provide opportunities for formerly incarcerated individuals to successfully reintegrate into society.
United States Attorney Ritz Announces Grant to Support Community Re-Entry
The Department of Justice has awarded a $500,000 grant to Lifeline to Success, a Memphis nonprofit organization, to reinforce community-based reentry programs and assist formerly incarcerated individuals in making a successful transition back to society. The grant will support the establishment of the Welch Home for Success, a rehabilitation center aimed at helping individuals with serious felony convictions reintegrate into the community. Lifeline to Success will also provide a 12-month demonstration program offering various support services to reduce recidivism and promote long-term success.
Supporting Successful Reintegration
Lifeline to Success, a local organization dedicated to assisting individuals with serious felony convictions, has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the Department of Justice to reinforce community-based reentry programs. The grant will enable the establishment of the Welch Home for Success, a rehabilitation center aimed at providing support and resources for formerly incarcerated individuals in Memphis. The center will offer peer support, therapeutic and mental health services, job training, and life coaching to reduce recidivism and increase the chances of successful reintegration into society.
Commitment to Decreasing Crime and Advancing Opportunities
The $500,000 grant awarded to Lifeline to Success by the Department of Justice highlights the federal government’s commitment to reducing crime and providing opportunities for ex-offenders. The funds will support the organization’s efforts to create a rehabilitation center and offer comprehensive programs aimed at reducing recidivism. Lifeline to Success has a proven track record of helping individuals with felony convictions successfully transition back into society, and this grant will allow them to expand their impact and support more individuals in the Memphis community.