Support for women

About the project


Empower female head-of-household mothers who have been released from prison, helping them rebuild their lives, strengthen their self-esteem and skills, and provide them with opportunities for a prosperous future for themselves and their families. We seek to break the cycle of criminal recidivism by offering them a solid support network and resources that allow them to overcome obstacles and build a dignified and satisfying life.




$US 2,000


"Renacer" is a project dedicated to providing comprehensive support to women who have been mothers at home and have experienced the prison system. Recognizing the unique challenges these women face when reintegrating into society, our project focuses on providing them with tools, resources, and emotional support for their successful reintegration into the community.

1. Emotional Support: Provide safe spaces and individual and group therapy to address past trauma, build resilience, and foster mental and emotional health.

2.⁠ ⁠*Personal development and skills:* Offer training programs in social, emotional, and work skills, such as effective communication, conflict resolution, parenting skills, and professional development.

3.⁠ ⁠*Legal assistance and social resources:* Connect women with legal services, legal advice, and social resources to address practical needs, such as housing, childcare, education, and employment.

4.⁠ ⁠*Economic empowerment:* Facilitate financial education programs, entrepreneurship counseling, and employment opportunities or vocational training to help women achieve economic autonomy.

5.⁠ ⁠*Community support network:* Establish alliances with local organizations, educational institutions, businesses and community leaders to create a strong and sustainable support network that provides opportunities for long-term growth and development.