/// Our Partners

Upon release, Tulane University School of Medicine provides an initial evaluation and ongoing transitional healthcare through their "Formerly Incarcerated Transition" Clinic (FIT Clinic).

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Operation Restoration gives formerly incarcerated women the tools to successfully reenter society through advancement of education, employment training, and opportunity identification. OR assists our female clients with re-entry services.

Next Generation of Original Morning Star Baptist Church mentors our residents, provides spiritual guidance, and assists them in managing substance abuse issues.

 

 

 Avodah strengthens the Jewish community’s fight against the causes and effects of poverty in the United States. Since 2016 we have served as a host organization for an Avodah Corps member.

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CEO Works partners with us to provide the "Re-Entry Stimulus" to those coming home from prison or jail. CEO Works is the largest re-entry employment provider in the country, and offers the support needed to build career capital and financial stability.

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Association for Enterprise Opportunity provides technical assistance and support to our Small Business Incubator Program, and promote best practices for serving formerly incarcerated entrepreneurs.

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The Orleans Public Defenders office connects their clients who are going through the ere-entry process to our transitional housing. OPD provide client-centered  legal representation for New Orleanians going through the criminal justice system.

Disability Rights Louisiana partners with us to provides clients with disabilities the tools, resources, and assistance that empowers them to maximize independence and self determination.

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The Blue House is a community where designers, writers, researchers, artists, activists, filmmakers, coders, teachers, entrepreneurs, developers, and others come together to share and shape a new kind of workspace. We partner with the blue house to provide free marketing and design services to our small businessowners

 

 

VOTE is a organization founded and run by formerly incarcerated people, dedicated to restoring the full human and civil rights of those most impacted by the criminal justice system. VOTE gives our clients opportunities to get involved with advocacy and organizing.

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Operation Restoration gives formerly incarcerated women the tools to successfully reenter society through advancement of education, employment training, and opportunity identification. OR assists our female clients with re-entry services.

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Operation Restoration gives formerly incarcerated women the tools to successfully reenter society through advancement of education, employment training, and opportunity identification. OR assists our female clients with re-entry services.

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Operation Restoration gives formerly incarcerated women the tools to successfully reenter society through advancement of education, employment training, and opportunity identification. OR assists our female clients with re-entry services.

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CBA was created by and for our nonprofit members in response to a serious gap in the modern credit reporting system that locks millions of individuals with poor or no credit out of the mainstream financial system without opportunities to build credit. 

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Operation Restoration gives formerly incarcerated women the tools to successfully reenter society through advancement of education, employment training, and opportunity identification. OR assists our female clients with re-entry services.

 

 

Together with The Justice and Accountability Center of Louisiana (JAC), and Southeast Louisiana Legal Services we run a monthly reentry legal services clinic. JAC also provides assistance with seeking expungements.

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Capital One provides free financial life skills classes to our clients who participate in our Small Business Incubator program.

CADA provides mental health counseling and inetnsive outpatient drug treatment to First 72+ clients. CADA empowers community members to build a safe and healthy future through prevention, treatment and recovery support services that foster resilience and well-being.

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Southeast Louisiana Legal Services provides re-entry legals services, and partners with us to run monthly Re-entry Legal Services Clinic along with the Justice and Accountability Center.

Total Community Action provides rental assistance to our clients who are transitioning out of our emergency housing program. TCA works to reduce poverty in the New Orleans community.

We Need Your Help!

We envision a world where prior incarceration is not a barrier to secure housing, employment, and community engagement & acceptance. Please consider donating to help us pursue this vision.

The First 72+ is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Your generous donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. 

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