Community Programs

Worthy, Able & Ready

Worthy, Able and Ready
(W.A.R.) Program

The Worthy, Able and Ready Program supports the self-sufficiency of citizens returning to society from incarceration. W.A.R. provides personal and effective resources and real opportunities to overcome obstacles. Returning citizens deserve dignity, respect and the opportunity to lead self-sufficient, productive lives within our community. W.A.R assists in securing basic needs and removing barriers to independence. The program commonly assists with securing birth certificates, state identification/driver’s license, medical needs, transportation, auto repair, clothing, furniture, housing and education. Any parolee or probationer is eligible. Release date must be no longer than 2 years prior. Participation is granted based on an interview with the case manager. For more information, contact Daniel Robinson at 313-645-6507 or communityprograms@mchsmi.org.

The Worthy, Able and Ready Program supports the self-sufficiency of citizens returning to society from incarceration. W.A.R. provides personal and effective resources and real opportunities to overcome obstacles.

forms

To download the W.A.R. intake form, click here.

To download the W.A.R. referral form, click here.

For more information, contact Daniel Robinson at 313-645-6507 or communityprograms@mchsmi.org

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