JusticePoint’s commitment to legal, evidence-based, and evidence-informed practices is firmly rooted in the belief that criminal justice outcomes can be improved using collaboration, engagement, and the scientific method.
Our mission is to assist men, women and teens in gaining freedom from chemical addictions and other life-controlling problems by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
The Minnesota Justice Research Center (MNJRC) is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to driving meaningful change to Minnesota’s criminal legal system through rigorous and community-centered research, education, and policy development.
Minnesota Recovery Connection is a Recovery Community Organization (RCO), led and governed by representatives of local communities of recovery. We honor all pathways to recovery and are not a treatment provider. Rather, we exist to fill gaps in systems of care, connecting people to support and services that help make long-term recovery from substance use disorder possible. We do this by providing peer-to-peer recovery support services, public education, and advocacy.
Training, education and workforce development organization. Our focus is on building, growing and sustaining the substance use disorder peer recovery workforce in Minnesota and beyond.
Recovery Residences for those struggling with addiction.
The Link will promote ongoing learning to better serve youth and families, broaden staff knowledge base and cultural awareness/competence resulting in equity, diversity and inclusion visible at all levels of the organization.
The Minneapolis Area Synod works together so that all experience gracious invitation into life-giving Christian community and live in just and healthy neighborhoods.
The programs include; in-patient as well as out-patient services through our Micah House’s and Living Victoriously Outpatient Programs.
Working with political and community leaders to shape legislation that serves human dignity and the common good
Eliminate the criminalization of people with mental illness through positive training and education.
MINNESOTA SECOND CHANCE COALITION
400 SOUTH 4TH STREET, STE # 401 - PMB 25, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55415
SUPPORTING. CONNECTING. CULTIVATING.
With your assistance, we can continue to provide support, connect communities and cultinate new opportunities for those seeking a second chance. A membership is free, however we do suggest a $50.00 donation