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Voting Rights Restoration

The issue of voting rights restoration for individuals who have been incarcerated is always a hot-button debate. It raises crucial questions about justice, democracy, and the path to rehabilitation. While the United States has made strides in addressing this issue, there is still much work… Read More »Voting Rights Restoration

Meet Francine

In honor of Second Chance Month, we wanted to highlight some of the incredible individuals in the Breakthrough program. Meet Francine! She completed LVCF Cohort 2 last year, and has stayed on as a Peer Facilitator, guiding other participants as they work through the program.… Read More »Meet Francine

Meet KT

KT graduated from Cohort 2 at La Vista Correctional Facility (LVCF) in 2022. After completing the program, she decided to stay on as a Peer Facilitator and help the ladies in Cohort 3 work through the program. Learn more about how Breakthrough helped KT bring… Read More »Meet KT

April is Second Chance Month

Each April, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs (OJP) celebrates Second Chance Month, recognizing the importance of helping individuals, communities, and agencies across the country appreciate their role in supporting the safe and successful reentry of people returning from incarceration each year.… Read More »April is Second Chance Month

Meet Eboni

We are so excited to announce another new team member to the Breakthrough team! Eboni joins Breakthrough as our second Program Facilitator, leading classes at Colorado State Penitentiary (CSP) and Centennial Correctional Facility (CCF). Learn more about Eboni below! Where were you born?  Lamar, Colorado  What… Read More »Meet Eboni