Nobody wants to NEED support, but the reality is when facing the unknown of incarceration with a long journey through the criminal justice system, but support is essential.

Justice-impacted men now have an opportunity to share with like-minded guys facing similar circumstances. Evolution Reentry’ has created the men’s circle creating a community of support for men by men who have paired trauma and similar experiences due to a broken criminal justice system. No longer do men have to suffer in isolation with shame, remorse, and feelings of guilt.

The Men’s circle creates a confidential, safe space that bleeds empathy with shared perspectives offering advice on matters of the soul while your attorney works on matters of the law. The journey through the legal system is unique, when facing possible incarceration, understanding prison life and helping with barriers after incarceration we bridge the gap between your attorney and lived experience. No two meetings are ever the same. Men talk about whatever is most pressing in their lives, so the subject changes each week, but the support always remains the same. The men’s circle creates evolution into a new way to live life successfully before, during and after incarceration.

Why a Men's Support Circle?

In a society where traditional expectations of masculinity often discourage men from expressing their emotions, there’s a growing need for peer to peer male support. When navigating the legal system men often carry silent burdens, leading to mental health issues and isolation.

When adversity strikes, men likely don’t have many healthy outlets and when the criminal justice system strikes, he likely doesn’t have any outlets.

Our Men’s Circle provides a platform for a confidential, safe space where men can break free from the confines of the stigma related to being incarcerated and returning home as justice-impacted. The Men of Evolution Support circle offers a platform for open dialogue and empathetic listening, enabling men to share their trauma, fear, and aspirations without judgment.

In today’s world, where the burdens on men often remain hidden especially being justice-involved and navigating through the criminal justice system, the emergence of our men’s support circle is a beacon of hope. Our men’s circle enables men to embrace their vulnerability, find strength in unity, and rewrite the narrative of masculinity to be one of compassion, understanding, and support.

We believe its time for men to come together, lend a listening ear, and be the change they wish to see in society. By supporting each other through their own lived experiences of navigating the criminal justice system it helps ease the trauma every man and their family members experience and fosters success for your future.

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Evolution Reentry Support Groups

We are a community of individuals, families and groups  who have a desire to take responsibility for our actions and the wreckage we caused, make amends, and move forward in new way of life centered on hope, care, compassion, tolerance and empathy.

Our experience shows us that many of us are suffering in silence with shame, remorse, and deep regret. Many of us have been stigmatized by our own families, friends and communities, and the business community. Our goal is to learn and evolve into a new spiritual way of life and to reach out in service to others.

All meeting attendees agree to confidentiality, anonymity, and civility. Our standard meeting agenda:

  1. Welcome
  2. New Member Introductions
  3. Announcements & Resource Sharing
  4. Guest Speaker & Topic Lead
  5. Member Sharing
  6. Closing

Login instructions are sent via e-mail each week. Meetings run on Zoom which can be accessed with video via computer, tablet, or smartphone, or in audio-only form via phone.

Important Disclosures

All conversations and communications between our ordained ministry and licensed clinical partners and those we serve fall under state privilege laws. This is one reason that attorneys often allow and encourage their clients to maintain relationships with us while in active prosecution or litigation situations.

If you are currently on supervised release, probation, or parole, it is important that you first discuss this with your officer.

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