Any amount of support provided will help us keep serving the needs of our communities goal of making all a family place again. Donation made to this site will be place into a general account for FY 20-21 Budget year. Thanks' in advance for supporting and the core mission, ministry and ministration.
1. An ex-offender who wishes to be link with us upon their release from prison to get help with settlement or re-settlement completes one of our referral forms.
2. We obtain risk and needs assessments from our team, a member of prison staff, community leaders, public records and possible the probation officer in the releasing communities.
3. We contact a church or local agency on our network that is a suitable place for the ex-offender, near to where they are locating or relocating. We ask the church or agency if they are in a position at that time to support this individual.
4. If they agree, we then pass on the ex-offender’s details. If not, we try another church or local agency on our network in the area until we find one that can offer adequate support and is willing to help. We also inform the ex-offender that they have been linked to a church or local agency, and provide them with their assigned mentor’s name with other information.
5. A member of the church/agency CFEO team contacts the ex-offender while they are still in prison, tries to visit, and on release personally meets them at the gate (if needed) or at the Community release center.
6. The mentor meets with the ex-offender regularly to help with any of the practicalities of settlement or resettlement. Committees for Ex-Offenders staff are available to answer queries and assist the church/agency in any way to offer this support.
7. We contact the church/agency at intervals to assess the progress of the relationship and check if they need any further support. We can then update the prison chaplain and/or probation if they wish to hear how the individual is doing.
8. The Ex-offenders becomes a member of the CFEO and has voting rights as long as the member is during good in the community and holds such membership in good standing.
If you are a prison chaplain or resettlement officer.
If you are an Ex-Offender,
ABOUT THE COMMITTEE FOR EX-OFFENDERS OF EQUALITY, INC.
The committee is a national social civic group made of four parts; the National, Regional, State and local members. The core of our mission is the service needs for the community and re-entry of the offenders. We offer many programs in the area of educational, legal support, sex offender support, housing and other referral programs. Family members of any person held within any local, State or federal center, may join and become a committee member (within their State). Our mission is to help as many ex-offender in our communities as possible. We can do this by working together in area of networking with the ex-offenders, victims and the communities. Donations and other support in the area of local community volunteering, to serve on a or developing a committee, with our religious or other corporate agencies. Remember to make a different, we must be willing to step out upon that faith to serve all people. We feel this will change our communities back to the Missouri values of old!
WELCOME TO OUR NATIONAL EXECUTIVE TEAM
Mr. Theodore Shadding Executive Director of CFEOE (Until November 1, 2018)
Bishop Larry Henderson, D.D. (Acting In Post Until October 1, 2019) C.E.O. of CFEOE
Vacated Position President of CFEOE
Mr. Kevin Morris, Regional Chairman for Southern & Eastern Regions of The United States
Housed in Shelby, North Carolina
Suffragan Bishop Donmaid Brooks, Regional Chairman for Western Region of the United States
Housed in California
Minister Q. Weatherspoon, Regional Chairman for Northern Region of the United States
Housed in Saint Louis, Missouri