“Breaking the Generational Cycles of Incarceration”

We’re excited to announce a new opportunity in 2022 to support the ministry of CJAMM. Club 22 is for those who commit to invest in CJAMM for 2022.

CJAMM recently announced their recidivism rate. “We are at an impressive 3.1 percent recidivism.” said Keith Dobbs, CJAMM’s Executive Director. “That means that almost 97 percent of those who have completed the program within the last seven years have not reoffended or been reincarcerated.”
Oklahoma’s three-year recidivism rate is 20.1 percent, according to the World Population Review (worldpopulationreview.com) recidivism rates by state for 2021.

For over the last 25 years, CJAMM has operated a faith-based, prison reentry program including Exodus Houses and Parsonage House. CJAMM is funded solely by donations from individuals and a handful of foundations and corporations. CJAMM receives NO state or federal dollars although we provide a service to the state that exceeds millions of dollars in value.

We need your help so we can continue to offer our tried-and-true, successful, faith-based, re-entry program from incarceration to second chances as successful citizens. CJAMM operates the Exodus House programs and New Day Camp (a camp for children with incarcerated parents) on a shoestring and with lots of prayers.

Would you consider being one of 22 individuals or groups to give $1000 to invest in the future of our society in Oklahoma? With increases in expenses for our services, an additional $22,000 towards our operating costs during this year would allow us to continue at our current level.

New Day Camp Prayer Circle

New Day Camp

New Day Camp is for children
who have at least one incarcerated parent.
Exodus House Sign Tulsa, OK

Exodus House

Exodus House is a six-month temporary residential project.

Redemption Missions

Redemption mission is a fellowship of prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families, and friends of faith.


Your financial support can make a powerful impact on individuals and families affected by incarceration.

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  • Justice Circle 09/6/22 (1:30pm)

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Oklahoma prisoners struggle to find stable housing after release

Article by Quinton Chandler
from stateimpact.npr.org

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