For 21 years, The Dannon Project has provided re-entry services to those that have been involved with the juvenile or adult justice system. Since 2009, The Dannon Project has been awarded continuous funding from the Department of Labor (DOL) to fund re-entry and risk prevention initiatives. The Dannon Project has consistently remained one of the top producing re-entry programs nationwide.
The goal of our “re-entry strategy” is to interrupt the cycle of recidivism by helping participants successfully return to and remain in the community. We begin working with non-violent offenders up to six months prior to release and ex-offenders upon their release. Participants are placed on a sustainable career path while working to prevent future involvement with the justice system.