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J Peter Two Reentry Aftercare Program
 Call us at: 919-412-5736















J Jones
 Executive Director
             
Conflict Resolution Counselor
Anger Management Counselor
Negotiation Counselor 
PTSD Intervention Therapy Counselor​Reentry Employment Specialist 


         Current /Past Volunteer/Partnership Service

​            Past Volunteer Service
Visit Site Supervisor 
MATCH Program -NCDPS-NCCIW
Raleigh, NC 

               
Mentoring 
JobStart -NCDPS-Raleigh Unit
Women's Center, Raleigh, NC

                 Current Membership

Capital Area Reentry Council (CAR)
Subcommittee - Education --Housing-Transportation 
Raleigh, NC

      Reentry Community Stakeholder  Involvement

Congregations for Social Justice-Wake County, NC
Social Justice Reentry Task Force-Wake County, NC
Capital Area Reentry Council (CAR), NC
Second Chance Alliance of Wake County, NC

            National Involvement
FAMM Supporter- Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM) 
Supporter of the Clemency Project 2014

                  
                 Pre-release 2 - 4  week class
          (2 to 18 months pre-release)
    Butner Federal Correctional Complex
Parent Relationship Building
Effective Oral Communication Skills 
Workplace Soft Negotiation Skills
Family Communication Skills
                Butner, NC

         Past 6 week class (vary pre-release date)

Instructor -MATCH Program 
      Effective Communication (Community/Workplace Soft Skills and Effective Parent Communications) 
Women Center-NCCIW-NCDPS 
 Raleigh, NC

                 16 weeks per-release training
Transition Mentor - JobStart-NCCIW-The Raleigh Unit- Raleigh, NC 
​                             
                Past Volunteer Service

Instructor for Life Skills and Soft-Skills 
   Wake County Jail,  Adult Inmates Juvenile Holding Inmates at the Hammond Road Facility -Raleigh, NC

               Prison Fellowship
NC Angel Tree Coordinator 
Reentry Adult Volunteer


   NC Dept. of Public Safety - Certifications

PREA - NCDPS Women Adult Correction and Prisons - Current
PREA -NCDPS Men Wake Correctional Center-Current
NC Transitional Aftercare Network- Volunteer/Mentor (PREA)-Current

      Post-Release Volunteer Service
Men - FCI II Soft-Skills and 
Interview Techniques- Mock Job Fairs
Butner, NC

          Education/Certifications

Phoenix State University, Phoenix, AZ

      Mediation Counseling
      Negotiation Counseling
      Arbitration Counseling
      Anger Management Counseling

University of District of Columbia​, Washington, DC

     Business Management
     Social Welfare

         Speaker Certifications

Toastmaster's International
    Advanced Communicator - Bronze Level

           Past In-Kind Service

Wake County Jail- Hammond Road Annex-Community Task Force-Partnership 
Representative o/b/o J Peter Two

          Board Memberships

 Passage Home-Adult Reentry Women 
      Board Member  1992-1993
 Raleigh, North Carolina







                                   Board of Directors

                          Gordon B. Agingu, Chairman 
Master of Arts -Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor


                           Detrae Washington, Secretary/Treasurer
 Bachelor of Science - Business Organizational Management


                           Debra L. Williams,  Advisory Board Member
 Bachelor of Arts in Business Management - Non-Voting


                        Glinda R. Williams,  Advisory Board Member
 Bachelor of Arts - Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Arts Psychology

                        



                                          Core Values

 Loving Others - by treating all people with kindness, trust, and respect

Seeking Excellence - by demonstrating integrity and wise stewardship

Pay it Forward - by helping one falling person in order to re-build a community

Honesty - by modeling it is the key and path to a successful reentry 













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Is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity.  Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent that is allowed by law.  We greatly appreciate your donation to the vision.  No donations are being accepted at this time: Virtual  address - 9650 Strickland Road, Suite 103-326, Raleigh, NC  27615.  Thank You!

                                             




About US:

Mission Statement 

A link to reconciliation program classes during pre-release for (active offenders).  Also a referral link to the 1 to 3 months post-release Residential Reentry Center/Transitional Housing for the adult ex-offenders and their families while Transitioning back within their communities following their Reentry.

                                                                             Vision Statement
To providing pre-release (active offenders) 1 to 3 months post release Reentry Aftercare skill tools to the Adult Ex-offenders who are veterans or not, so as to aid them in reducing recidivism and to gainful Employment  and/or  Entrepreneurial success.

J Peter Two was founded to empower and inspire active Adult Offenders, Ex-offenders, Veterans existing prison pre-release 1 to 3 months post-release and their families through a integrated Reentry and Employment Readiness Aftercare program.  Our program focus is on providing building self-esteem, self-empowerment and self-sufficiency and family reconciliation and essential needs for gaining a successful outcome .  The ultimate goal is to ensure that each participant is positioned to achieve a life of wholeness and great success that they may give back.  Our motto is: "We Believe in Second Chances".  However, with so many serious challenges they are facing, following their Reentry back into their home environment and/or communities. Our program is designed to assist in lessen the traumatic  adjustment experience(s) of Transitional Reentry for them.   The program does include case management and post-release reentry planning.  All class setting are gender friendly, supportive and respectful to each class participant.  Some program classes are provided pre-release in the prison setting directly to the inmates in collaboration with the Department of Public Safety which is the phase I of Effective Communication Skills, Child and Family Effective Communication and Workplace Soft and Life Skills, Cultural Diversity Sensitivity Skills for the those who will be self-employed.  Whereas, the majority of our clients are Reentry Residential Post-Release to the ex-offender following him or her throughout the period of community and non-community supervision in the area population of Wake County, North Carolina.   

The goals of J Peter Two is to be a external partner and a stakeholder in ensuring all referred inmates from TAN (Transitional Aftercare Network), Federal and/or State level facilities Transitional Reentry participant's, do benefit from our services.  J Peter Two volunteers as a Partner Community Stakeholder at Butner (Federal Correctional Center) in participating in Mock Interviews and Reentry Workshops with inmates pre-release, within the Reentry Affairs Department and is certified as an Reentry Employment Specialist and on-call facilitator for training at Butner, also at the North Carolina Correctional Institute for Women in the MATCH (Mothers and their Children) program site visit supervisor, at the maximum level and at the minimum level prison-to-work program within Interfaith Prison Ministry for the Jobstart program, in their 16 week pre-release class to transitioning back to their communities, in a one-on-one mentoring relationship of the inmate(s). 

Specifically, with the focus in reinforcing the tools that will aid them in eliminating some of the many barriers when transitioning back into their communities and within their families.  A self-assessment is completed for each class during the initial and an exist assessment will be completed.  This is to assist the participant with his or her short and long-term goals while a participant in the J Peter Two program.  






                                                                                 Matthews 25: 43(c) 44(a)(b) and(c) 
I was in prison, and ye came unto me. Then shall the righteous answer him, saying, Lord, when saw we thee in prison, and came unto thee? And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.







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