The New Ribbon Campaign
TDP would like to introduce to you our NEW Green Ribbon Campaign! We hope by promoting our green ribbon campaign that it will raise awareness about the issues that previously incarcerated persons (PIP) face when reentering communities across America. Your support is needed to make this campaign a success.
Welcome to The Dannon Project
The Dannon Project helps restore lives through providing supportive assistance including short term training and certifications, job prep and placement to to youth, unemployed, underemployed and re-entry services to previously incarcerated persons to repair, restore, and renew not only their lives, but the lives of their families too giving them second chances for achieving life success.
Our system of intensive case management and referrals allow us to begin working with previously incarcerated persons six months prior to release. The goal of our effective prison re-entry services is to interrupt the cycle of recidivism and help people successfully return to and remain in the community. This means making sure they are prepared for the transitions before they are released, and helping them over time when challenges arise. It also means making sure communities are prepared to support them with housing, jobs, medical services, and positive social connections.
What's Happening Now
10/04/2012 - Roll Tide Raffle 2012
Win 2 tickets with hotel stay for the Alabama vs Texas A&M game November 10th, 2012 at 1PM at Bryant Denny Stadium!...Read More
08/04/2012 - Project HOPE
Calling all organizations! If you run an organization in Alabama, please take part in Project HOPE. We're creating a directory in online and print forms to make it easier for people to get the help they need. Let us know all about your organization by filling out our simple form....Read More
Our Career Readiness “Dannon Star” is Mr. Reginald Woodson. He enrolled into our Success Lab on December 13, 2011. During his initial career counseling session, he told us that he wanted to receive computer training and test for his GED. He stated that he had never used a computer before and had no idea what email was. After his third day in the computer lab, Reginald was able to log on to the computer and complete Financial Literacy without the assistance of the lab instructors.