Hickman Farms expanding inmate reentry program to include temporary housing
Hickman's Family Farms Builds Reentry Housing For Arizona Employees Coming Out Of Prison
Mario Hernandez Earns Employee of the Quarter Recognition
He found the contraband items in a trash bin in the men's restroom
ACI's FY2018 4th Quarter Employee of the Quarter is Mr Mario Hernandez.
First Reentry Employer Forum Delivers a Powerful Message
Billed as the answer to Arizona businesses who are "Looking for employees who are ready to work?", the state's first Reentry Employer Forum took place Wednesday, June 20, 2018: 8:00 AM – 11:30 AM at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Beus Center for Law & Society Rm 141 (111 East Taylor Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004).
Providing a Valuable Service While Teaching Offenders Transferable Job Skills
Keefe Created a New Fulfillment Center in Tucson
Prisons are like self-contained cities. They provide everything necessary for the well- being of the offenders they house. That includes: daily meals, clothing, housing, healthcare (medical and psychological, including substance abuse programs), jobs, laundry, educational and training opportunities and countless other services to meet the special needs of offenders. One service that may not immediately come to mind, but is in some ways equally important to some of the others, is the commissary (or offender store).
Workforce advocates host first ever Employer Reentry Forum
Mutual Trust and Respect Creates Great Partnerships
“I’ve seen some great success stories over all these years working with this population!”
This article originally appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of NCIA News. For more information on NCIA News, please go to National Correctional Industry Association.
Armando Aragon Earns ACI Employee of the Quarter Honors
Considered the ‘Go-To’ Guy for New IPS Staff at ASPC-Lewis
Shared Mission to Improve Reentry Results
Offenders in work programs are gaining a valuable, positive sense of themselves