What LEAD Offers
- Peer Support
- Case Management
- Basic Supplies
-Access to Treatment
- M.A.T Support
Starting as a LEAD client begins with a conversation.
We believe what's most important is building positive, consistent,
caring relationships, regardless of where you are in life.
Once we connect, we will get to know you a little better, answer any questions and help identify your individual goals. Then, we use our experience and comprehensive resource network to help you link, make connections and obtain the resources you are looking for.
"Thank you for not
giving up on me."
"LEAD has changed my life"
Letting Everyone Advance with Dignity
To reduce harm, empower individuals, and improve public safety by connecting community members at risk of justice system involvement with services, support, and compassion, and to provide local
law enforcement, stakeholders, and individuals with tools, training, and resources as alternatives to arrest and/or incarceration.
Restorative Justice is a different way of responding to crime and/or harm in families, communities and especially in the criminal justice system. Restorative justice emphasizes repairing the harm caused or revealed by unjust behavior through inclusive and cooperative practices that involve the victim, offender, and community members
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