Each year, more than 20,000 people return to Mecklenburg County from jail or prison, often facing barriers to getting their lives back on track because of their criminal record. Barriers like finding a job or housing, accessing healthcare or education, and other basic needs become seemingly impossible.
GivingTuesday is November 30, a Global Day of Giving.
Please join CCT and Unite for Second Chances with a gift of $50, $75, $100, $250 or more. Your donation will support reentry and support services through CCT's LifeWorks!, Families Doing Time and Center for Women programs.
Unite for Second Chances. Give to CCT today. THANK YOU!
Second chances to people like former Center for Women resident, Ebony … Ebony was convicted for drug trafficking charges and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Before she was released in 2019, she spent her final two years of incarceration at CCT’s residential work release dorm, and, as a result, is thriving today. Watch Ebony's story.