Many people come out of incarceration only to enter a life of poverty. Over three hundred thousand people are under some form of supervision within Ohio’s criminal justice system. Of those, more than two hundred fifty six thousand adults were under community supervision at the end of 2016.
ARCH strives to provide formerly incarcerated people with the basic necessities that many of us take for granted.
Doing so allows individuals to focus fully on acquiring stable employment and housing instead of expending energy wondering when they'll eat next.
Do you know anyone struggling to get groceries, clothing, IDs, or other basic necessities? Let us know so that we can connect them to resources that can help.