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#2ndChances
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About WPA’s 2nd Chances Campaign

We’ve all been given a second chance - at life, at love… a chance to change direction, to learn a new way, or to right a wrong. WPA’s 2nd Chances Campaign seeks to highlight this shared experience and bring attention to our work to support justice-involved women and their families.

About Women’s Prison Association (WPA)

WPA partners with criminal justice involved women and their families so they can lead safe, productive and lawful lives in the community. WPA was founded in 1845 and is the nation’s first organization dedicated solely to working with criminal justice-involved women and their families. Since our founding, WPA has promoted the use of holistic, community-based responses to crime. Our program services make it possible for women to obtain work, housing, and health care; to rebuild their families; and to participate fully in civic life.

What was your second chance?

Video Gallery

For more #2ndChances videos, visit the Videos page.

The #2ndChances Campaign: Learn More and Get Inovlved

We welcome you to learn more about the campaign and then to get involved with #2ndChances. Whether submitting your own #2ndChances Video, or bidding on an exciting celebrity experience, we want you to be a part of the conversation! To find out more about how you can get involved, visit the About #2ndChances page.
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