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Our Direct Service Programs

Prison

GED

Correspond with currently incarcerated women on a weekly basis to go over sections of the GED test as well as discuss other topics more generally. 

Prison

Post-GED

Correspond with currently incarcerated women on a weekly basis to discuss current events, literature, and a variety of other topics.

Support

Hotline

Work with the Connecticut Bail Fund to respond to calls from people who are incarcerated: taking notes and connecting callers to resources.

Mourning

Our Losses

Memorialize people who have died in prisons, jails, and immigrant detention centers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rikers Debate 

Develop lesson packets for the Riker’s Debate Project (on topics of current issues, social policy, historical events, etc.)

Pardon

Program

Assist returning citizens with the pardon application process that would allow them to clear their criminal record.

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ATTN: Yale Undergraduate Prison Project

67 High Street, New Haven, CT 06511

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