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Anti-Recidivism Coalition

To accomplish its mission of changing lives and creating safe, healthy communities, ARC provides services, support, and opportunities to currently and formerly incarcerated individuals, and advocates for fair justice system policies.


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  • CREATE ·2023 Grants Challenge

    Creative Pathways for Formerly Incarcerated Youth

    The Anti-Recidivism Coalition's creative programming supports foster- and system-impacted youth who are returning home from incarceration. We provide these youth with training and employment opportunities in creative industries, including the music and film industries. These opportunities and pathways for employment aid in reducing the racial disparity in these industries and help close the racial wealth gap by providing these youth with the potential to be employed in high-paying and sustainable careers.

  • CREATE ·2022 Grants Challenge

    ARC Creatives: Healing & Career Pathways Through the Arts

    The Anti-Recidivism Coalition's mission is to end mass incarceration and create safe, healthy communities through a support network for formerly incarcerated people. Our program connects Foster- and Systems-Impacted youth returning home from incarceration in Los Angeles access to Creative Industry Employment in music and film to address significant Income Inequality in our community through Youth Economic Advancement.

  • LIVE ·2015 Grants Challenge

    Developing a Peer Mentorship Model in Juvenile Halls to Build a Healthier LA

    To make Los Angeles a healthier place to live for some of the city’s most vulnerable young people, ARC will expand and enhance its unique mentorship program for incarcerated youth by training additional formerly incarcerated members to serve as peer mentors, and developing a scalable model that can be replicated in additional juvenile facilities in the next three years.

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