Home For Good


The Voices Against Violence forums shed light on key issues faced by the community. Among other issues, participants identified the lack of a formal re-entry program for prisoners to be a hindrance to the reduction in recidivism rates in the local Black community. 

Based on discussions at the forums, a team of volunteers developed Home for Good, a program for adults returning home from prison to assist their re-entry into society. Volunteers contact individuals before their release from prison and supply them with information for employment, mental health, and physical wellness resources. The project assists individuals in making a plan to reestablish them and identify and overcome obstacles to their successful reincorporation into society. Home for Good has been established as a 501(c)3 organization with Alvin Peters as its Chair.


Media Report Links:

Home for Good helps former inmate get back on his feet

LEAD Coalition aims to help newly released inmates


For more information on LEAD Coalition or our services, call us at (850) 913-3263 





5230 W. Highway 98

Panama City, FL 32401

(850) 913-3263


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Voices Against Violence