Second chances can be hard to come by. This world can be extremely unforgiving for anyone that makes even a simple mistake, much less a major one. This unfortunate reality stands especially true for anyone convicted of a major crime. Felons that are making an attempt to find themselves a way back into society do not usually experience an easy journey. This is why The Rock Found was developed. The Rock Found is one of Colorado’s inmate reentry programs.
We are a faith-based nonprofit that believes in giving individuals second chances and promoting spiritual values to improve an individual’s life and his community. Journeys of self-improvement and self-discovery do not have to be traversed alone, and inmate reentry programs like The Rock Found are the answer to the question “Where do I even start?”.
The Rock Found is a faith-based nonprofit 501(c)3 that works in hand with other community inmate reentry programs to benefit those recently released from incarceration. As with most inmate reentry programs, we offer a variety of services to benefit any individual that seeks out our help in becoming a productive member of society once again.
We work to encourage and bring hope to those that might have almost lost all semblance of it. Our involvement in our clients’ lives keeps us in close contact with their case managers, treatment team, and parole office in order to create a thorough plan that addresses housing troubles, unemployment issues, and supportive therapy to keep our client moving forward.
We resolutely stand by our spiritual foundations and believe in the spiritual values that have guided us to this point and, as such, believe ministry to be an integral part of the healing process.
Some of the services us and our partners at The Latino Coalition of Community Leadership (LCCL) and the Work and Gain Education and Employment Skills (WAGEES) provide as inmate reentry programs are as follows:
- Finding Employment
- Finding Housing
- GED Assistance
- Higher Education Assistance
- Job/ Skilled Trade Training
- Social Skills and Self-Esteem Improvement Workshops
- Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT)
- Weekly Support Groups
For additional information or to ask us any questions please Contact Us at the provided link.
“When did we see You sick, or in prison, and come to You? The King will answer and say to them, “Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.” -Matthew 25:39-40