Prison Fellowship is committed to criminal justice reform across the nation, as well as serving incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals. They assist men and women to disrupt the cycle of incarceration and address the underlying issues that lead to prison, advocate for justice reform, and activate grassroots networks to do the same. Prison Fellowship also equips wardens to bring restorative change to their facilities, cares for prisoners’ families, and helps strengthen the bond between children and their parents who are behind bars. They provide a number of services for incarcerated individuals, those with incarcerated loved ones and community members impacted by criminal convictions. For incarcerated individuals, the Prison Fellowship Academy offers specialized curriculum focused on behavioral adjustments, basic life skills and conflict resolution through bible-based learning. The Women’s Ministry program serves the unique needs of incarcerated women and assists them in developing the mindsets that will allow for successful reentry into the community. Individuals can contact the program directly for more information or to discuss available services.