Incarceration doesn’t define a life—
but a second chance can.
Navigating a successful reentry from the criminal justice system, though, is very difficult to do alone. It’s why The Way Back provides unparalleled, transformative reentry support to formerly incarcerated individuals to help them go from crisis to self-sufficiency.
The Way Back guides individuals newly released from incarceration to success in a new life with transformational support, services, and accountability. Through our work, we are empowering individuals, restoring families, and creating safer communities.
Unparalleled and transformative reentry support for formerly incarcerated individuals.
The Way Back is empowering individuals, restoring families, and creating safer communities through a unique approach to case management and following clients on the journey of transformation.
Our support transforms lives through:
- Reducing recidivism and poverty
- Reducing substance abuse
- Ending the cycle of generational incarceration
- Countering the overarching effects of criminal justice system involvement
- Reunifying families
- Decreasing poverty and homelessness through self-sufficiency
- Navigating the barriers to a more stable, successful future
- Encouraging positive social connections
Creating a Powerful Impact on People’s Lives
After sending 78 requests to transitional housing providers upon his parole, Daniel’s letters remained unanswered.
Kevin found himself facing obstacles that not even his 15 years of miltary training could have prepared him for.
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Recidivism impacts Texas’ families and communities
Children with incarcerated parents are 70% more likely to become incarcerated.
Forty-four percent of returning citizens were re-arrested during the first 12 months after their release.
251,000 people are incarcerated in various facilities across the State of Texas
Empower Individuals. Restore Families. Create Safer Communities.
Your gift helps The Way Back provide in-prison programs and critical support and services
to individuals who have been involved in the criminal justice system so they can reach their
full potential and becoming self-sufficient, thriving members of our communities.