Designed Conviction Foundation
Regardless of their past mistakes, everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.
Improving the lives of individuals impacted by incarceration
A Message from the Founders
“Improving the lives of those impacted by incarceration acknowledges their inherent worth as human beings and upholds their basic human rights.”
Taylor & Cecilia
Rehabilitation & Reintegration
Incarceration needs to serve a purpose beyond just punishing people. Rehabilitation should be a key focus, as it is crucial to improve the lives of those affected by incarceration. Helping individuals successfully reintegrate back into society is essential. By gaining skills, they can rebuild their lives, secure stable employment, and become valuable members of their communities. As a result, this will lower their chances of repeating offenses and promote public safety. It is important to remember that incarceration is not just about punishment but also about allowing individuals to improve themselves and make positive changes in their lives.
Building a Stronger Society
Empowering individuals impacted by incarceration to reintegrate into their communities can have far-reaching benefits for everyone involved. By tapping into their potential as role models, mentors, and advocates for change, we can help create a stronger, more resilient society. Additionally, reducing recidivism rates not only benefits those directly impacted but also eases the burden on the criminal justice system, freeing up resources for vital social programs like crime prevention and victim support. This presents us with a unique opportunity to make a positive impact that we should all embrace.