CROSSWALK CENTER REINTEGRATION JOURNEY
When searching for re-entry solutions, it is paramount to our success that CrossWalk Center’s ministry, services, and volunteer opportunities are clearly understood.
CrossWalk Center’s re-entry model uses language that Houston residents have historically understood and are accustomed to hearing - that is the analogy of an energy pipeline – upstream to midstream and moving downstream.
Inside Texas prisons and state jails
Re-entry Coaching is about skills and knowledge acquisition. Although it may involve the personal, the primary focus is professional. In many ways, coaching is akin to teaching. It seeks to bring the coachee to a different level of competency. The focus is on concrete issues that relate to an individual’s successful and sustainable re-entry. What is necessary for success is for the coach to have credibility as an ‘expert’ and be able to communicate effectively with the coachee.
In the case of CrossWalk Center, coaching entails "upstream" Pre-re-entry needs assessing, "upstream/midstream" re-entry case planning and "midstream" assistance with the individual on implementation/execution/follow through of the re-entry plan.
Henley (State Jail) - Dayton
Pam Lychner (State Jail) - Humble
Stringfellow - Rosharon
C.T. Terrell - Rosharon
Carole Young - Dickinson
Wallace Pack - Navasota
Happens at Crosswalk Center, Houston's Hopeful Reentry Hub
Social services and ministry that emanate from Crosswalk, LLC., community Transformational Discipleship Homes, with collaboration and support from our Partners