Twelfth Street Heritage: Prison-to-Workforce Pipeline

  1. Program Provider
  2. Full Description
Twelfth Street Heritage Development Corporation

Program Summary:
Twelfth Street's re-entry program specifically targets men and women who have been released from the penal system. The Prison-to-Workforce Program (re-entry program) was created in 2010 to create and support employment opportunities for ex-offenders re-entering society, as well as providing supportive services to improve their chances for success. Studies show that without effective re-entry programs, recidivdism will remain high. Twelfth Street's re-entry program specifially creates opportunities to reduce the likelihood of ex-offenders returing to prison.

Program Address: 
2124 E. 12th St. • Kansas City, MO 64127

Contact:
816-218-6242  • twelfthstreetheritage.org








  1.  RE-ENTRY  PROGRAMS

    These are the agencies that have a COMBAT-funded program with an emphasis on assisting incarcerated or recently individuals—or individuals on probation—get theirs lives on track and help reduce recidivism.

    Center For Conflict Resolution
    » Interrupting Cycles of Violence

    Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City Foundation
    » Workforce Opportunities For Returning Citizens

    Goodwill of Western Missouri & Eastern Kansas
    » Goodwill 180

    Kansas City Metropolitan Crime Commission
    » Second Change Reentry Employment Project

    Morning Star Development Corporation, Inc.
    » KC Municipal Courth Probation-Based Program

    Twelfth Street Heritage Development Corporation
    » Prison-to-Workforce Pipeline