Volunteers of America Southeast is a growing organization serving disenfranchised citizens in Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia. They provide services to the community, such as affordable housing, behavioral health care, community outreach, and disaster recovery. They also provide services to veterans, the intellectually disabled, seniors, and youth. The foundation of Volunteers of America is faith and the understanding that “there are no limits to caring.” They are a church, first and foremost, and their ministry and worship are seen daily in lives touched as Volunteers of America seek to “reach and uplift all people and bring them to the active knowledge and service of God.” Additionally, Volunteers of America Southeast provides services to help offenders successfully transition from prison to a productive life in the community and steer youth to set new, positive directions for their lives. Services related to these rehabilitation programs include halfway houses and work-release programs, day reporting, diversion and pre-trial services, residential treatment, family supports, and dispute resolution and mediation services. For more information on these services, contact Volunteers of America Southeast directly.
Alabama Non-Violent Offenders Organization (ANVOO) helps individuals with a non-violent criminal record. Their mission is to assists those seeking to regain their place in society by connecting them to resources and services to reach their full potential as productive members of their families.