We are happy to announce that the 31st Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast WILL PROCEED TOMORROW as planned. Millersville University has assured us that they are treating all surfaces on campus where guests will be driving and walking, and PennDOT is preparing roads for the deep freeze as well. We urge guests to use their best judgement on traveling to the event, and we encourage leaving plenty of time for travel. See you tomorrow for this inspirational annual fundraiser for the Crispus Attucks Community Center!

RMO for Returning Citizens

Contact: Vanessa Philbert|Chief Impact Officer|717.299.7388|vphilbert@caplanc.org

The RMO provides resources, mentoring and opportunities for individuals who are returning to the community after incarceration.

The RMO provides resources, mentoring and opportunities for individuals who are returning to the community after incarceration.

Before Release from Prison

  • Roadmap to Successful Reentry, a helpful guide distributed to all inmates upon incarceration
  • Brief Reentry Planning – 1:1 planning sessions to identify needs and resources
  • RMO Reentry Course
    A 12-hour course that Covers managing money, housing, transportation, health, mental health, addiction/relapse prevention, trauma, probation/parole, family/parenting responsibilities, employment resources, etc.

After Release from Prison

  • Immediate reentry needs
  • Navigation/resource referrals
  • Successful Returning Citizens Group
    Meets every Wednesday evening from 7-8:30 p.m. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, 701 North Lime Street, Lancaster. The group is peer-led by facilitators who were formerly incarcerated. Community mentors participate in the group and provide coaching to returning citizens.

Eligibility

RMO provides services to anyone who is returning to the community after incarceration.