Jeff was interviewed by Stan Simpson on his Fox 61 Hartford Connecticut news program. Saturday, June 9, 2018, “Voice for reformed white collar criminals shares his story/advocacy for that constituency.” Link to video of show here.
Family ReEntry Executive Director Jeff Grant was interviewed by The Fortune Society’s Khalil Cumberbatch on Both Sides of the Bars, May 13, 2018. On MNN Manhattan Neighborhood Network, on NYC cable, YouTube and 19 local stations around the country. Link to show on YouTube here.
Testimony in Support of S.B. No. 172 (RAISED) AN ACT CONCERNING ACCESS TO TREATMENT FOR OPIOID USE DISORDER IN CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES. Senator Gerratana, Senator Somers, Representative Steinberg and distinguished members of the Public Health Committee. My name is Jeff Grant and I am Executive Director of Family ReEntry, a criminal justice nonprofit with offices and … Read more
Reprinted from Greenwich Magazine, March 2018 issue THE LAST BAD DECISION SLIPPED OUT OF HIM AS EASILY AS WATER OVER A FALLS. He’d filled out the paperwork demonstrating that his law firm, Jeffrey D. Grant & Associates, had suffered economic hardship in the wake of 9/11, embellishing only a little to buttress his claim. In … Read more
Bridgeport, CT – (January 8, 2018) – Family ReEntry, a nonprofit leader that assists individuals and families affected by the criminal justice system, today announced the appointment of Don Young to its Board of Directors. “As the new Board Chair, I can’t think of a better holiday gift than to welcome Don Young onto our … Read more
Shame. Ostracism. A shift to food stamps. This is a harsh reality for the families of white-collar criminals — hedge fund managers convicted of insider trading, or bankers nabbed for embezzlement. Sure, these are some of the world’s most privileged people, and incarceration certainly ruins lives across the economic spectrum. So these “one-percenters” garner no … Read more
by Jay Berger, The Legal Intelligencer. Originally Published in The Legal Intelligencer, Dec. 30, 2015: The question in he title of this post is the headline of this notable commentary authored by Jay Berger and appearing in The Legal Intelligencer: Here are excerpts: I was an attorney in Pennsylvania for over 30 years. I was … Read more
A course filled with information on how to go into business. It is exclusively for inmates, released inmates & people with a criminal background. It covers all areas such as Banking, Law, Insurance, Accounting, Marketing , Sales, Life Lessons, Business Plan, Positive Mental Attitude & more. What makes it unique is that it is 60% … Read more
Emily Hart recently expanded her involvement with the non-profit community from New York to Connecticut when she joined the Board of Directors in September 2016. Previously, Emily worked as a Substance Abuse Counselor in New York providing counseling services for prevention, alternative to incarceration, and parole and probation treatment mandates. After receiving her LMSW from … Read more
The 8th Annual InterNational Prisoner’s Family Conference will be held May 4 – 6, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. Just eight years ago, this conference was only an idea bounced around with a few friends until we took a deep breath and made a very bold step of faith to activate that idea solely on the … Read more