The Minnesota Collaborative Justice Project brings together diverse stakeholders to collectively serve the needs of some of the most vulnerable in our society by implementing an agreed-upon and measurable plan to address a persistent societal challenge – the successful reentry of individuals released from federal and state correctional facilities.
Offering programming to incarcerated individuals prior to release to promote and develop post release success.
Increasing access to employment, housing, and legal services, to promote fuller and healthier lives for those returning to the community.
MNCJP: Focusing on Reentry
Introduction to the Minnesota Collaborative Justice Project
Understanding the Problem
The Need for Pro Bono Legal Assistance