Release provides initial training and ongoing support to foster families to provide temporary, loving homes when children cannot remain in their family homes.
Community Based Initiatives
Release’s largest branch allows workers to go into family homes to help keep them together, or reunite them when they have been separated.
Our group homes specialize in the needs of teenage clients, housing them in a family environment where they receive individualized treatment.
Release has over 50 active mentoring matches, partnering caring adults with youth. Mentors meet weekly with youth to support them while incarcerated and when they return to the community.
Since 1994, Release has been reaching juvenile offenders in an effort to supplement the emotional and physical care they receive in institutions with a spiritual examination of life‚ problems and difficulties.