Project 180 Residential Program
PO Box 25684
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Sarasota, FL 34277
Class of Housing/Services: long-term program offered to a small number of formerly incarcerated men. residential re-entry
Project 180 offers up to two years of residency; help with food, clothing, transportation, and fines; volunteer opportunities in the community and more. This is a high-impact, long-term program offered to a small number of formerly incarcerated men to assist each in changing the trajectory of his life and, by extension, the lives of his family members. Project 180 currently works exclusively with our local Drug Treatment Court which recommends candidates for residency and provides recovery support and treatment. All of our residents are formerly homeless, formerly incarcerated men in active recovery. Most have been diverted to our program instead of going to prison. Each man is recommended by our local Drug Treatment Court or our current residents and has demonstrated a commitment to changing his life. No individual will knowingly be admitted with a history or record of a crime against a child, a sex crime, arson, or major mental health disorder (except depression and anxiety). Prior to admittance, applicants are interviewed by the Project 180 team and may be vetted by the Twelfth Judicial Circuit Office of the State Attorney and Drug Court. This program has been made possible through the generosity of an Anonymous Donor, Project 180’s Founder’s Circle Members, Carlson Studio Architecture, Community Foundation of Sarasota County, The Cowles Charitable Trust, Gulf Coast Community Foundation, The Koski Family Foundation, Hudson’s Furniture, Mattress Firm, The Palmer Family Irrevocable Trust, The Schiedel Foundation, The Semrod Family Foundation, SunTrust Bank Foundation, and hundreds of individual donors like you.
How To Volunteer at Project 180 Residential Program:
Be a volunteer. Call Project 180 Residential Program at (941) 677-2281 for current volunteer work opportunities.
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