Programs & Services
The Second Chances program is designed to provide comprehensive, supportive services that lead to stability for men and women released from incarceration. A diverse range of services is offered that include the following: Case Management; Life Skills Training and Workshops; Jobs Skills Training and Placement; Housing, Transportation, Substance Abuse Treatment, Relapse Prevention, Family Engagement Services.
F.E.E.T. is a four-week financial empowerment program designed to provide financial training to individuals/families, including those who are burdened with debt, financially literate, or unemployed. The skills provided via the training will ultimately improve the overall financial health, education, and welfare of the participants.
Leaders of Tomorrow
(L.O.T Youth Camp & Mentoring Program)
Kids Of Incarcerated Parents (Kip Care)
Parents As Leaders (PALs Initiative)
I- Thrive Mentoring Program
The Garden of Hope provides basic literacy tutoring and G.E.D. preparation classes to the community for free. Morning and evening classes are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm.
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Call Us (757) 664 – 4281
WHAT IS SECOND CHANCES?
“Second Chances” is a program sponsored by the City of Norfolk and operates under the umbrella of the Garden of Hope, CDC.
We help formerly incarcerated men and women by providing comprehensive support services that lead to their success after incarceration.
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The Garden of Hope Community Development Corporation Inc., Youth and Family Services.