We are fortunate to be able to partner with a number of exceptional organizations across the state of Oklahoma who are aligned to our mission and values.
Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform
Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform is committed to working with legislators, law enforcement, and community leaders to create a fair and fiscally responsible criminal justice system. We support policies that ensure our justice system is smarter, make our communities safer, and give us the return on our taxpayer dollars that we deserve.
Smart Start of Central Oklahoma
Oklahoma County is a supportive and involved community that works to ensure children are healthy, safe, eager to learn, and ready to succeed by the time they enter school.
Oklahoma Women’s Coalition
The Oklahoma Women’s Coalition is a statewide network of individuals and organizations working together to improve the lives of women and girls through education and advocacy. The Coalition promotes nonpartisan efforts, speaking with one voice, while addressing issues important to the progress of Oklahoma’s women and girls. Our Executive Director, Cheri Fuller, serves on the Women’s Incarceration Alternatives committee of this great organization.
Oklahoma’s Children of Incarcerated Parents Task Force
Since Oklahoma leads the nation on rate of incarceration for women and 2nd or 3rd for men, the Task Force was created in 2011 by the Oklahoma Legislature to look at the needs of these children and develop effective services to support them. Our Executive Director, Cheri Fuller, serves on the Advisory Committee of this Task Force along with other nonprofits and agencies that reach out to the children of incarcerated parents across the state of Oklahoma.
ReMerge is a comprehensive female diversion program designed to transform pregnant women and mothers facing incarceration into productive citizens. Women with children facing non-violent crimes are given an opportunity for treatment and rehabilitation. OK Messages Project works with these women to film videos for their children for Christmas and Mother’s Day and sends the books and the videos to the kids. In many cases, these women’s children are living with relatives or foster care as they participate in the rehabilitation program.