Past mistakes should not determine a person's future.
Give the gift of a second chance by joining the Second Chance Hiring movement.
Arouet offers wrap around services and supports that mitigate the obstacles of successful reintroduction our participants face and reduce recidivism.
If you are in the position to give, please consider Arouet. Everything makes a difference.
Are you a directly impacted individual who is struggling to find a job? Are you looking to make a change but do not know where to start?
We are holding an auction from December 1st until December 6th to support #SecondChances. If you need to do any holiday shopping be sure to check it out!
Arouet is a modern, innovative, second-chance movement for women transitioning out of the correctional system and our mission is to restore individuals, rebuild families, and positively impact communities. We provide preparation for reentry, workforce development, health and wellness and successful community integration for career and life success.
THE AROUET DIFFERENCE
Over 1,000 women have graduated the TOPS re-entry program inside of Perryville Prison.
Since 2017, sixty-two women have joined our post-incarceration mentorship program.
Less than 10% recidivism rate for TOPS graduates since our inception versus the Arizona average of 35.9%*
*2017 ADJC Recidivism Fact Sheet
Arouet offers wrap around services and supports that can reduce and remove the obstacles of successful reintroduction our participants face and reduce recidivism.
GOLF FOR GOOD: GOLF TOURNAMENT
Situated South Mountain, this year’s 5th Annual Golf Tournament will be held at Legacy Golf Resort.
HALFWAY HUMAN: WHAT RECIDIVISM FEELS LIKE
Let’s begin with a simple math equation. If less recidivism = less crime, and less crime = less victims, then less recidivism = less victims.
Well I suppose the hardest part of telling any story is figuring out where to begin, So allow me to introduce myself. My name is Ashley, I am 30 years old, I am a daughter, a wife, a mother and I am also an inmate in the Arizona Department of Corrections. Is this the way I planned my life? Not exactly… I was voted “most likely to be a pop star” in my senior year of high school and look at me now! I’m far from making headlines, at least the ones I had hoped to be making. Read More >
“The TOPS program taught me…how to forgive, put myself first, and make sure everything and everyone I choose to have in my life is a win-win.”
– Patricia D, TOPS Graduate