NEW HOUR INTERVIEW: ADELINE
New Hour for Women and Children - LI teamed up with students from Hofstra University to produce to a series of video interviews featuring our members.
Not only do we help women and mothers behind bars through our jail programming, we help their families and children at home. Incarceration impacts not only the individual but the entire family. In the majority of cases, women tend to be the primary caretakers of children in cases of divorce or separation, and New Hour realizes that assisting and empowering a mother behind bars also means assisting and empowering her children and family.
New Hour member Adeline says, “New Hour is my place where I can go and talk and be myself and interact with other women who have gone through what I’m going through.
Check back for more videos ... coming soon!
JOIN OUR VIRTUAL SUPPORT GROUP!
Join New Hour for Women and Children - LI's Virtual support group!
Sessions are usually the third Friday of each month. The next support group is scheduled for:
Friday, November 20th, 1-2PM
Connect via Zoom - Meeting ID: 844 3201 9370
"EMERGE" A LEADER THROUGH NEW HOUR
New Hour is excited to announce our newest program--EMERGE: Empowering Methods for Effective Reentry, Growth, and Engagement. If you are a woman in re-entry, sign up to participate in this 15-week leadership and advocacy training program. Fill out this application and call us to set up an interview.
Meetings are every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at our Brentwood, N.Y., office. Transportation and lunch will be provided, and a stipend will be given to all participants upon program completion. For details, call (631) 273-3300 or download our flyer.
Special thanks to the Long Island Community Foundation and Capitol One for their support.
New Hour was founded on Long Island to provide meaningful support to current and formerly incarcerated women, their children and families. We build community to promote successful reentry and lasting reintegration, and to reform unjust criminal justice system policies. We empower directly impacted people to use their experiences to effect change in the carceral system.
Want to make a difference and volunteer for New Hour? Complete our New Hour Volunteer Form and let us know how you can help.
STRENGTH, COURAGE, AND RESILIENCE
New Hour for Women and Children of Long Island is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing pre- and post-release services to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women. From providing basic necessities to education, New Hour supports and empowers justice-impacted women to become a powerful force for good for their community.