3/3/21: Virtual Aftercare program prepared to provide online group mentoring for the additional 3,500 inmates being released
Yokefellow Prison Ministry of N.C., Inc. announced today that its Virtual Aftercare program has been prepared to provide online group mentoring for the additional 3,500 inmates who will be released from state custody over the next six months as part of a settlement agreement. See PDF file for full press release.
7/20/20: Yokefellow Prison Ministry Launching Online Support for People Transitioning from Prison to Society
Yokefellow Prison Ministry announced its plans to launch an online version of its group mentoring ministry on July 27, using Zoom to provide support for people who are transitioning from prison back into society. While NC prisons remain closed to volunteers, Yokefellow Prison Ministry is expanding the reach of its ministry to returning citizens to assist them in developing new disciplines for personal responsibility and contribution to family and community as they return from incarceration. See PDF file for full press release.