Mentorship Support Group
Ten Toes In facilitates a monthly Mentorship Support Group for formerly incarcerated men. This meeting takes place on the 2nd Saturday of every month from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Brothers share their Reentry Journey that includes relationship issues, housing, employment, education and family reunification. In addition, they serve as Accountability Partners to each other. This group of men have created a “Fraternity” among one another. Ten Toes In provides a SAFE space for them to speak freely about their challenges and victories. They become Mentors to newly released men from jail or prison. They help them to assimilate back into society, successfully. We serve Breakfast at every meeting.
Ten Toes In was developed on February 8, 2014, when Darlene Burke, Founder & Executive Director, was involved with her former partner, who was sentenced to 25-years to LIFE in a CA prison. The Executive Director created Ten Toes In because she searched for a support group for women who were involved with incarcerated men and could not find one. Ten Toes In became a 501©3 nonprofit organization, January 26, 2015.
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