Project Hope Center Inc
Prison Reentry Services
Project Hope Center Inc. (PHC) is a non-profit community benefit corporation that provides services and support to female victims, survivors and families affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse. PHC provides rehabilitative and reentry services for female individuals enrolled in the New Hope Reentry Program inside Folsom Women's Facility State Prison.
New Hope Reentry Program was created by Sandra Munoz-Braidman in 2014 in response to the increasing reentry needs after incarcerated inmates are released from California correctional facilities and transition back into communities. PHC has grown to become an organization to service female victims, and support survivors and families affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse.
New Hope Reentry Program is a two-year reentry program which starts inside Folsom Women's Facility State Prison. PHC Volunteers provide group and one-to-one reentry planning, mentoring, and counseling for our participants (inmates). In addition, PHC Volunteers provide a range of comprehensive individualized reentry needs for our participants. It is our objective that our participants will have a successful transition back into community along with vocational training, employment, counseling, mentoring and education.
How much does it cost?
We offer the Project Hope Center, Elpis (HOPE) Home for Women residential program at no cost to residents, except for the following room and board fees:
Phase (4): Women are asked to contribute a minimum suggested donation of $400/month during the entire time they are in Phase 4 to offset the room and board costs. Any donations are considered non-refundable.