NEPA Prison Advocates
The NEPA Prison Advocates is a consortium of individuals and organizations devoted to helping inmates and those previously incarcerated in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Our focus is (1) direct advocacy (individual inmate issues), (2) accountability and transparency and (3) programming and reentry. Our goals include making prisons and jails safer, fairer and more humane. We also seek to help prevent recidivism. If you have a friend or loved one experiencing issues while incarcerated or facing reentry challenges, please message us. We will do our best to help you and direct you to community resources.
November 6, 2017, 5:30 pm
Continuing our outreach to all of NEPA, NEPA Prison Advocates will hold the Re-entry and Programs Sub-Committee meeting in Luzerne Co. Join us on the Wilkes University campus at Breiseth Hall, room 106.
November 3, 2017, 5:00 pm
"PYRRHIC DEFEAT" - an artistic statement piece by Mark Loughney provides the backdrop for an enlightened discussion about correctional system reform and advocacy.
"ESCAPE HATCH" - an exhibit of paintings by Richard Rama Sutton,...
November 1, 2017, 7:00 pm
Everyone is welcomed to attend the monthly meeting of the NEPAPA Prison Advocates. We are a voluntary coalition of individuals and groups committed to working for a safer and more productive community by addressing the concerns experienced by...