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M.A.D.E. Transitional Services generates opportunities for individuals to transform their own lives by encouraging behavioral changes that promote personal responsibility, healthy relationships, and positive contributions to society. We accomplish this through the programs that we provide: job readiness and placement, life skills training, ex-offender reentry services, relapse prevention, and housing.
M.A.D.E. Transitional Services is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit agency, founded in 2014, serves as a transitional reentry agency based in Rockland County, New York. M.A.D.E. addresses the many physical needs of individuals who want to be productive members of society and positive figures in their community by:
M.A.D.E. Transitional Services is an effective solution for reducing unemployment, crime-recidivism and homelessness, by empowering our participants to make sustainable personal changes that positively impact society.
M.A.D.E. Transitional Services is modeled after the researched and assessed “Ready, Set, Work! program. M.A.D.E. Transitional Services uses a unique approach to address the root cause of reentry failure by encouraging lifestyle changes and providing the essential tools necessary to deal with the myriad challenges that offenders face. Additionally, M.A.D.E. Transitional Services has a social initiative that will combat the problems plaguing our youth and communities that directly contribute to delinquency, moral decay, crime, and disparities in educational opportunities of this particular group of adolescents.
Through M.A.D.E. Transitional Services programs, we aim to contribute to the betterment of the community at large by increasing public safety, preventing crime, reducing recidivism and supporting the individual change and success of each participant who seeks to make that change. We look to change the way an individual returning to their community from prison is perceived by equipping them with the necessary tools and skills to enhance the effectiveness of those who work with them.
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