Connecticut

Amber Kelly

Provides weekly trauma-informed mindfulness classes at York Correctional Institute. Also developing curriculum for working with young men recently released from prison in the New Haven, CT area.

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Amber Kelly

New England Institute of Buddhist Studies

Buddhist Faith Fellowship of Connecticut

PO Box 546

Middletown, Ct 06457

We now have guys at two prisons and a jail that we are working with.

Prisons Served: Clinton Correctional in Dannemora, NY Fox Lake Correctional in Fox Lake, Wisconsin Osborn Correctional in Somers, Ct

Ron Shepherd

Prison Outreach is an on-going, integral part of the Contemplative Outreach family. This important ministry is committed to support volunteers and organizations willing to serve the prison population.

Support consists of consultation, resources and access to a central database of all prison ministry activities nationwide involving Centering Prayer. We hope to encourage and assist those interested in beginning a prison ministry or to provide connections between practitioners already in the ministry who want to share and learn together.

Mary Wyman – CO Chapter Coordinator
San Francisco CA- development of Prison Outreach Conference/Retreat.

Barbara Cook – prison ministry
Hobby Unit- (women) Marlin TX, experiences with conferences and workshops

Douglas La Plant – prison ministry
SCI Rockview, Bellefante PA
Teaching “A Pathway to Freedom” course to men.

Khalilah Bilal – prison ministry
Bexar County Jail- San Antonio TX
Teaching “A Pathway to Freedom” course to women

Mary Wyman – CO Chapter Coordinator

The Greater Hartford Sangha was founded in 1999 following a retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh at the Omega Institute in New York State. The Sangha also is involved in various engaged Buddhism efforts. We volunteer to teach meditation and writing in several Connecticut prisons, including MacDougall prison, Osborn prison, York prison and Cheshire prison.

Bill Williams
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Recovery Yoga, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) service organization dedicated to healing and personal empowerment through yoga programs in southwestern Connecticut and Rhode Island.  Recovery Yoga’s misson is to establish, develop and maintain yoga programs in residential, rehabilitative and other facilities, primarily for women and teens working to recover from substance, physical or other abuse, or who are at risk or otherwise in need.

We believe yoga is about the triumph of the human spirit.

 

York Correctional Facility in Niantic, CT.

Elizabeth Johnstone
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