The formerly incarcerated and those suffering with addiction have limited resources available to them.
They struggle to obtain even the simplest things due to an unfair stigma.
B A S I C N E E D S
People recently released from prison or recovery facilities don’t have a place to live or a means to communicate with people who can lift them up.
E M P L O Y M E N T
They don’t have a job and often times find employment difficult if they don’t have a driver’s license or a reliable means of transportation.
S T I G M A
Felons + addicts don’t serve their sentence and “serve their time.” Their entire life is affected. People call it a ‘permanent record’ for a reason.
The F5 Project cuts the red tape + eliminates barriers to these items immediately. We are hands and feet on the street offering housing, resources and a customized support plan for those who need us.
Everyone deserves grace + a chance to refresh.
The F5 project was named because the founder had 5 felonies and had been given a chance to refresh his life. The refresh key on a keyboard is F5.Join Our Cause
How we help:
We deal with everyone as an individual. There is no one size fits all approach.
C O N N E C T
We connect with individuals in jails and in recovery to remind them that we’re available for them when they come out.
P L A N
We ask, “What do you need?” to people who have never had that question asked to them and create a unique, heart-centered plan for each individual.
R E F R E S H
With a house, a job, a plan and hope for the future…Grace has been given – change is on the horizon.
Do you give grace without question?
The F5 project is a reflection of its community’s kindness, generosity and overwhelming committment to PEOPLE. Through donations our organization is able to expand community outreach efforts + impact lives.Together we can make a difference. Give Online
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