Who We Are
NARPR act as a coordinating body in bringing services to prisoners and their families. We unite diverse community organizations, working with service providers, toward one common goal; to creat a unified force to combat neighborhood deterioration, drugs, crime, erosion of families, our shrinking business community and to begin the process of developing a secure economic base for the less fortunate.
We will effect the kind of social change to provide for the full re-entry and re-enfranchisement of former prisoners.
Types Of Activity
Support for grievances filed against the prison for human rights violations, legal referrals, support for parole hearings, family support, etc.
State of Georgia. Texas, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
About Our Prison Ministry
Our mission is to promote programs for the re-entry, re-enfranchisement and economic self-sufficiency of former prisoners.
Our prayer needs include funding, funding and more funding!