Brandon's House foundation supports offenders during release through their return home through our social programs. Our support includes advocacy, programming, housing, healthcare, and employment.
According to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (2015), ..."deprivation creates a recidivism cycle by releasing offenders without the educational, vocational and social-emotional skills necessary to re-enter society as a contributing member."
Our first site took shape in Costa Rica in January 2017. The Brandon's House program blends an evidence based service strategy to an existing re-entry vocational program in San Jose, Costa Rica and includes a return on investment (ROI) projection guiding Ministerio de Justicia y Paz toward a project sustainable strategy.
Our organization works tirelessly with policy makers around the globe to ensure protection of citizens in foreign countries.
A special thanks to all of the donors and the donors to come