See for yourself...testimony from a MJH client...thanks Ken
Transitional Re-integration Program (TRIP) is a peer to peer support group designed to help individuals transitioning from prison. This group meets every Tuesday evening from 7pm-8pm at My Journey Home.
Friends and Family of Prison Inmates (FAFPI) is a peer to peer support group assisting families and friends deal with the challenges of having a loved one incarcerated in jail or prison, or in the process of re-entering the community. This group also meets each Tuesday evening from 7pm-8pm at My Journey Home.
The Forum is a community service group providing former offenders and their families an opportunity to share their stories with at-risk youth. This group discusses with young people the detrimental impact that criminal activities and lifestyles have on the individual and the lives of his or her family. If you are interested in My Journey Home staff working with your group, please contact us.
COPI, Children of Prison Inmates, is a program designed for the children with parents in prison. It is a support group facilitated by a trained retired children's social worker to help the kids make sense of the devastation in their families.
Drug and Alcohol assessments are available at a modest cost from a licensed D & A Counselor, Steven Derrick, LADC, MA. Please call My Journey Home for an appointment.
Drug & Alcohol group counseling is available on Monday evenings, beginning at 7 pm, under the leadership of Steven Derrick, LADC, MA. This group is held in the My Journey Home office.
The Resource Center offers computer access for online job applications, resume writing, and video resumes.
All of the above services are approved and endorsed by the Nevada Department of Corrections, Nevada Department of Parole and Probation, Federal Supervison and Washoe County Specialty Courts.
MARR: My Journey Home is a Microsoft Authorized Registered Recycler and Refurbisher. We accept donations of working computers and peripherals. We clean the hard drives, reload Microsoft Windows 7, MS Office 2007, and anti-virus software. These computer systems are them sold to low income individuals or organizations for $50-$200 each.