Restoring Hope

Bridges of Hope’s Prison Re-Entry Ministry seeks to share Christ’s love, wisdom,
and encouragement to those that have been incarcerated and are re-entering the
New Haven community. This will be done through one-on-one discipleship and
mentorship using a Christ-centered curriculum.

Interested in becoming a mentor?

“A mentor is a person who enters into a personal relationship with another for the
purpose of enriching the other person’s life through their guidance, teaching,
encouragement, example, accountability, and love.” -Metanoia Ministries
We are looking for committed and dedicated mentors who are interested in helping
and walking alongside those that have been recently released back to New Haven
over the next 12-18 months.

If you would like more information about joining the program as a mentee or
learning what it takes to be a mentor, email our Prison Ministry Director, Bill
McCormack at Bill.McCormack@bridgesnewhaven.org or call 203-410-6705.

Got questions? We would love to hear from you!