Thanks to non-profit organizations, rehabilitation partners and program providers, those at CSP-Sacramento see change happening.
BILL GLASS BEHIND THE WALLS – The non-profit organization saw over 50 volunteers bring positive messages and a motorcycle show to CSP-Sacramento. Reyna Reyna spoke to the group and performed Tejano songs. Jonathan Spinks discussed self-discipline while giving martial arts demonstrations. The incarcerated attendees asked questions and shared their own personal stories with the volunteers.
TRUCK STOP CHAPEL and CIRCUIT RIDERS – Circuit Riders and the Truck Stop Chapel rolled into CSP-Sacramento offering hope through music and fellowship. As part of the Prison Fellowship’s Hope Event, Circuit Riders try to reach people who are lost to help lead them to productive lives through spirituality. Truck Stop Chapel, offering chapel services at the largest truck stop in the Sacramento region, is expanding their ministry to local jails and state prisons.
ARC GRADUATIONS – The prison saw over 120 incarcerated people graduate from the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC) program. The participants were awarded certificates of completion in Parole Board Preparation, Criminal and Gang Members Anonymous, and Emotional Intelligence. There were three graduations held in early May.
Story by Marcella Stanfield, Community Resources Analyst
Story submitted by Lt. Erik Altvatter