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We Redesigned Our Website

Updated: Aug 10, 2022

Focused on our core values, our mission, and our vision. Dare Minority Coalition Inc. is investing in yourself by investing in your community.

Our website was redesigned with you in mind, to make it mobile friendly adaptive and informational. We have linked our resource app for inmates that recently have been released from incarceration find the right resources to transition back into society.

The app would provide open job opportunities, available housing, banking, and educational resources available in their local area. Users can message with supportive personnel and view a local map complete with transportation options and nonprofits in the area.

Dare Minority Coalition Inc Is a Non Profit, We do not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

Find out how your organization and/or business can get involved with the United Re-Entry App.

Giving returning citizens that desired and want to change their communities for the best with making resources available through our smart technology app.

The United Re-entry Resources App is a unique smartphone application designed for newly-released former prisoners. The application is intended to help people integrate with society, get jobs, support families, and more. The application can support any resource needed for a former inmate to get back on their feet.

Users will be able to see what businesses are offering jobs and what colleges can offer classes relating to certificates and job placement. Businesses, colleges, etc. can display advertisements on the application for a subscription fee. Small businesses and temp agencies may also make use of the application. Transitional housing, probation officer resources, courts, lawyers, etc. can also offer their resources through the portal.

Pre-screen questions can be supplied to participants such as registering as a sex offender, applying for housing assistance, and what type of convictions they have. There can be options for treatment plans and goals that can be shared between themselves and case workers.

Exact specifications may vary upon further development.

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