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Brian Banks Hosts: The hosts for the Greater Gwinnett Reentry Alliance’s screening of Brian Banks at the AMC Classic 12 in Snellville. L-R: Zeus Luby, Tirrell D. Whittley, Pamela Hillman, Lee Robbins, and David Burgher.

Why should you care about the ex-offender in your community?

Local coalition works to reduce recidivism rates and replace stigmas with compassion

When it comes to tackling deep-rooted social issues, no single organization can do it alone. The Greater Gwinnett Reentry Alliance (GGRA) is a coalition of service providers in Gwinnett County that works to mobilize community resources — human, financial, and material — all with the purpose of reducing recidivism rates in the county and beyond. 

Governor Deal’s GA-PRI or GA’s Prisoner Reentry Initiative

Governor Deal’s GA-PRI or GA’s Prisoner Reentry Initiative

Tabernacle International Church, a large and inviting place of worship near the corner of Simonton Road and Grayson Highway, was host to The Department of Community Supervision’s (DCS) first GA-PRI Stakeholders Meeting on February 28th. The meeting convened state leaders, resource providers, volunteers, and service professionals to introduce Governor Deal’s new initiative, GA-PRI or GA’s Prisoner Reentry Initiative.