are locked away and forgotten. They learn to protect themselves through the same means that got them into prison, perpetuating a culture of violence and retaliation.
except when needed as witnesses in criminal prosecution. They receive little help to recover from their trauma.
around the world have lost one or both parents to prison. Many are forced to beg for food or work from dawn to dusk to survive.
The Prisoner’s Journey is proven to transform the lives of prisoners, from the inside out, by introducing them to restorative relationship with the person of Jesus.Offer Prisoners Hope
The Sycamore Tree Project: Justice and Peace changes offenders’ mind frame by bringing victims into prisons to meet with them and discuss issues related to crime and consequences.Repairing Harm
The Child's Journey and PromisePath provide this vulnerable group of children, who often fall between the cracks of what other child-focused programs provide, with care in their specific areas of need.Protect Children of Prisoners
For more than 40 years, Prison Fellowship International has built programs in prisons around the world that are restoring prisoners’ lives, helping their families, and successfully integrating them back into the community—for good.
Locked away, cut off from society, forgotten, Britney’s day-to-day routine serving a prison sentence was mundane.Read Full Story