Lionheart’s program for incarcerated adults was recently included in the Approved Programs Guide published by the Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons. Read more about the listing of Houses of Healing among other approved, standardized prison programs.
Lionheart is pleased to announce that all of the worksheets for the newly released Power Source Facilitator Manual are now available in Spanish! This project was completed in conjunction with two volunteers from Catchafire, an online support that matches nonprofits with highly skilled volunteers.
Effective programming in prison and jail has been shown to be a powerful means of reducing recidivism and empowering people to turn their lives around. Yet, many institutions struggle to put forth and incentivize programs optimally.
With the support of the Gardiner Howland Shaw and J.W. Alden Foundations, Lionheart has been able to strengthen the “villages” of 8 residential programs by providing EQ2 at no cost. Read to find out more!
Lionheart’s Power Source Parenting Program has had a transformative impact in Massachusetts Teen Parenting Programs. Keep reading to find out more.
Lionheart was recently awarded an Innovative Grant by the DJJ within the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Read on to find out more about Power Source and our partnering with the nonprofit organization Self-Awareness and Recovery.
Learn about Robin’s work with incarcerated individuals and Lionheart’s newly-released self-study program, Making Time Count.