Project M.O.R.E., Inc. addresses the needs of ex-offenders through various programming and services that cater to the complexities each individual faces while transitioning back into the community. PMI’s efforts branch out to address three vital areas of need: Alternatives in the Community Programs, Residential Programs, and Basic Needs Services. We believe this comprehensive approach is integral in aiding a successful transition.

The AIC programs work collaboratively with participants by using evidence based interventions in order to reduce the likelihood of participant recidivism. PMI’s residential, transitional, and supportive housing serves as a stepping stone for those recently released while they begin to reestablish their lives. Our basic needs services ensure that each client is equipped with the fundamental necessities in order to care for themselves and their families. These services include emergency diapers, food, and clothing.