Abe Brown Ministries - is a Christian-based program that helps offenders, ex-offenders and their families to achieve productive and fulfilling lives by providing in-prison and re-entry services. Located in Tampa, Florida.
Bible Believers Fellowship, Inc. – Prisonministry.org – provides United States prison chaplains with free English and Spanish Christian literature and videos.
Bridges of America - provides an atmosphere of positive peer pressure and positive role models. Founded by the “late Bishop Frank Costantino.”
Bridges of Canada Inc. – exists to minister to the total person by meeting the spiritual, physical, emotional and mental needs of prisoners, ex-convicts and their families. The primary focus of this ministry being the reconciliation of men and women to God through the declaration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Founded by Monty Lewis.
Centurion Ministries - primary mission is to vindicate and free from prison those who are completely innocent of the crimes for which they have been unjustly convicted and imprisoned for life or death.
Christian Library International - distributes donated Christian books to US prisons. The mission of C.L.I. is to bring Christ to the imprisoned. Since its founding in 1996, C.L.I .has helped thousands of incarcerated men and women find new hope in the healing powers of Christ. With a small Christian staff and a team of devoted volunteers, C.L.I. maintains a low overhead, ensuring that the bulk of our resources go directly to the prisons they support. Their success depends on the prayers and generosity of individual donors as well as local churches, foundations and Christian publishers.
Christian Videos for Prisons - is a nonprofit, nondenominational, evangelical ministry designed to help chaplains, prison ministries, and wardens evangelize and disciple prisoners through showings of carefully selected, high-quality Christian videos (mainly in English and Spanish).
Coalition of Prison Evangelists (C.O.P.E.) - is a professional service organization for Christians ministering in the field of corrections.
Community Resource Directory - list of government, faith-based, and community resources for victims, offenders, and their families throughout the United States (compiled by the Restorative Justice Community).
Crossroads Bible Institute - equips the church to disciple people in prison with the Word of God, free of charge, wherever they are incarcerated. It is a personal, in-depth and long-term program that is uniquely designed to help incarcerated persons grow dramatically in a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ, preparing them for and assisting them in successful reentry upon release.
Daughters of Destiny - ministry to women inmates through in-prison crusades, seminars and life groups.
Expected End Ministries - is a non-profit prison ministry outreach formed by author and ex-felon Katie Souza. The vision behind the ministry is to lead every prisoner to their creative purpose through the vehicle of their captivity.
Fresh Start Fellowship Ministries - is a Christian prison and helps ministry providing support for family, spouses and children of prisoners. It provides counseling for spouses of prisoners on all the financial burdens and responsibilities for the ones left behind during these tough times.
Good News Jail & Prison Ministry - aids in a physical and spiritual rehabilitation of men and women in prisons and jails.
Innocence Project - was founded in 1992 by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University to assist prisoners who could be proven innocent through DNA testing.
Inside-Out Ministries - founded in 1973. Prison and youth ministries of Nick Pirovolos, author of the book, “Too Mean To Die”
International Prison Ministry - founded in 1972 by “the late Chaplain Ray Hoekstra”
Jesus Is The Key Ministries - a prison/jail ministry first started at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, California.
Koinonia House® National Ministries - purpose is to create an environment at the individual, church and civic levels that recognizes the urgent and important need for society at large to embrace the post-prison population, acknowledges the post-prison population as people created in the image of God and embraces the post-prison population in order to break for good the cycle of crime in their lives and restore them to church, family, the workplace and society.
Letters for the Lord Prison Ministry - a nationwide correspondence ministry to those in prison and their families. As well as a networking ministry to stay connected with other prison ministries for support, encouragement, and exchange of ideas and resources.
Lives in Transition - a faith-based program designed to assist ex-offenders adjust to life beyond prison walls.
Loaves & Fishes Magazine - a free discipleship magazine for prisoners with short articles and stories, discipleship studies, poems and testimonies written by prisoners, puzzles, and more. Their goal is to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ and help others experience the reality of a daily walk with Him by providing clear Biblical truth in this day of compromise.
Marty Angelo Ministries - The mission of Marty Angelo Ministries is proclaiming and teaching the gospel of the kingdom of God to prisoners, substance abuse recovery program clients, and troubled celebrities. The ministry utilizes life-changing books, evangelistic outreaches, and follow-up resources.
Matthew 25 Ministries - a prison re-entry facility for those just released from prison. It provides compassionate recovery assistance for ex-offenders who are willing to learn how to make viable choices, take responsibility for themselves, and strive to achieve future success. Now offers a specialized program for sex-offenders called Mirage Village. Their housing meets all of the state and county guidelines to house sex offenders. Located in Palm Beach County, Florida.
No U Turns - Our country includes millions of people with felony convictions and criminal records who find themselves labeled “unemployable,” making re-entry into the workforce difficult. After paying their debt to society, many of these folks deserve a second chance. How can we use their talents and abilities and give them opportunities to be motivated, enthusiastic, and productive? How can we turn them into proud and productive taxpayers instead of watching them return to prison and again be a burden on society? No U-Turns offers them a way to find a job.
Prison Book Project - sends books to more than 1,572 USA jail and prison facilities and in 25 foreign countries.
Prison Congregations of America - Dedicated to establishing mainline congregations in the prison systems of every state in the United States. This ministry was formed by the vision of pastors, prison officials, ex-offenders, family members and concerned citizens from varied denominations.
Prison Fellowship Ministries - partners with local churches across the country to minister to prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families. Founded by Charles W. Colson.
Prison Impact Ministries - was founded in 1984 by Monty and Holly Christensen to fulfill a God-given vision to bring God’s message of salvation to prisoners.
Prison Legal News - is an independent 48-page monthly magazine that provides a cutting edge review and analysis of prisoner rights, court rulings and news about prison issues.
Prison Talk - hundreds of resources for prisoners.
PrisonerLife.com - created by prisoners and maintained by ex-offenders offering the public an open and uncensored forum networking prisoners, prisons, and the world.
Prisoner Resource Directory - excellent resource manual for prisoners and their families.
Reentry Programs Database - has compiled descriptions of reentry programs and initiatives from across the country in a searchable database. These examples highlight promising efforts that may provide valuable ideas for policymakers to consider or build upon as they develop their own initiatives.
Restorative Justice Ministry Network of North America (RJMN/NA) – is a Christ-centered, interdenominational, criminal justice ministry.
Texas Prison Bookstore - the largest online bookstore dedicated exclusively to family and friends of inmates incarcerated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. They sell and ship TDCJ approved books and stationery only. They do not waste your time and money shipping unapproved items to your inmate. If they sell it, they can have it.
Texas Reach Out - specializes in transitional housing for homeless as a result of unsuccessful integration into society after an extended prison stay.
The Jesus House - an aftercare ministry of Jesus Inside Prison Ministry and the Indianapolis Pastor’s Gathering. A home for restoration and preparation of ex-offenders who have turned to Christ and are being released from incarceration. Located in Indianapolis, IN.
The Prison Insider – prison related newsletter.