Transportation is CRUCIAL when visiting loved ones in prison long distances. See this video and share your comments with us!
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To relieve the devastating stresses associated with having loved ones imprisoned by utilizing our service, education and advocacy work.
Transportation is a HUGE barrier that creates stress when a loved one is imprisoned. Most prisons are no less than 100 miles away with no public transportation available.
*WE PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION FOR APPROVED VISITORS .
Cost: Varies on location but approximately $35.00/person
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3 of 5 Black Men have been to Prison. 1 in 5 Black Women have been incarcerated. All have been impacted negatively someway with America's Criminal Justice System.