A catalyst for change that strives to inspire our community partners to work together in the creation of vibrant neighborhoods that strengthen family bonds promote civic pride and empower residents to engage in community transformation.
The Wilmington HOPE Commission, along with its partners will develop, promote, evaluate and advocate for meaningful strategies focusing on the revitalization of Wilmington’s most underserved communities.
- Adult males returning from prison to zip codes 19801, 19802 and 19805.
- Moderate to high risk to recidivate as determined by recent administration of risk assessment (e.g. LS/CMI).
- 6-9 months remaining on post-release conditions of probation [for those referred from TASC and Probation] in order for the participant and referring officer to benefit from a shared collaboration toward court compliance and reentry goals.
- Any medical or mental health condition must be stabilized such that participation in reentry services offered will not in any way negatively impact the health of the participant.
- Residents with a history of severe psychiatric disorders must be stable and compliant with prescribed medication protocol and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis with the referring agency.
- Offenders with minor open charges may be approved for participation, considering potential for interruption in participation and/or significant prison time likely to result from the open charge.
- Offenders with sex offenses are ineligible for placement in the Achievement Center at this time.
- Potential participants must be referred to the Achievement Center by Department of Corrections (DOC), Treatment Access Service Center (TASC), Reentry Court and Federal and State Probation & Parole. Our services are free.
- If you have any questions about the details of our reentry service model, eligibility criteria, or how to refer to us, please do not hesitate to call us at (302) 407-3397.