Arkansas Cure

Arkansas CURE works to promote rehabilitation for the benefit of the community as a whole, and of the incarcerated individual through meaningful criminal justice reform by advocating for meaningful change through the legislative process.

Arkansas CURE is one of many organizations that is networking resources and leveraging ideas into tangible benefits for all.


Governor Hutchinson declared April 13 “Arkansas Community Reentry Day”

Apr 13, 2016 | by Jean Thrash

Today was a chance for reentry advocates to take their message to the State Capitol.

The state of Arkansas has the fastest growing prison population in the country, according to a recent report by the Council of State Governments Justice Center. Once released from prison, those felons face a whole new set of challenges when it comes to re-entering society.

“Doors are getting slammed in my face left and right, but you know what? I’m not giving up, and I’m continuing on with my education even though I still haven’t gotten to use my B.A. degree, which I would love to use,” said Kimberly Rogers, a reentry advocate who spent four years in prison for drug related offenses. “I’m a number still, nobody will give me a chance because the minute I say that I’m a convicted felon it doesn’t matter that they’re 15 years old, it’s out the door.”

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