Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Inmate Clubs

Inmate clubs are an important part of re-entry. They foster and promote good citizenship in prison and after release from prison.

An inmate club is an inmate organization that is supervised by staff and approved by the Warden. The inmate club must have a staff sponsor. This person can be any staff member. There can also be a community sponsor which is a non-staff sponsor of an inmate group.

Inmate clubs are an important way to promote family bonding, life skill development, moral development, and successful re-entry after release.

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