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THRIVE is designed to help various agencies who work with these citizens to strengthen their service delivery, and for companies interested in enhancing their knowledge regarding this viable, under-utilized labor force within our society.
CCF’s organizational practices are widely recognized as effective for serving formerly incarcerated individuals looking to pursue higher education. Our organizational practices, and support services consist of a combination of evidence-based practices and well-regarded theories.
These components are what aided in our organization’s 17-year success, making CCF the go-to resource for information for academic institutions, community-based organizations, and city and state agencies. In order to increase growing demand, CCF now offers a formal technical assistance program, THRIVE. We have served:
- From Prison Cells to Ph.Ds
- Graduate!Philadelphia in partnership with the Reentry Support Project at the Community College of Philadelphia
- Hard Rock Cafe in Atlantic City, in partnership with Unite Here! Local Union 54
- Hostos Community College
- LaGuardia Community College
- Lehman College
- Mott Community College Workforce Development Program
- New HOUR Program for Women and Children
- North Carolina Department of Public Safety
We chose the title “THRIVE” because of the impact it embodies. We do not just help our students obtain college degrees, we help them thrive through the programs and supports we offer, and our overall service delivery tailored to each student’s needs and goals.
If you have any questions about the technical assistance program please contact CCF’s Associate Director of Technical Assistance Lettisha Boyd at email@example.com.