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The Flikshop Neighborhood connects our Community, Educational, and Second Chance Hiring programs to currently incarcerated populations.
Register your loved one to receive mail from an education partner, potential employer, or community supporter...for free!
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Register a loved one to join the Neighborhood for FREE
Fill out the registration form to add your loved one's information to the Flikshop Neighborhood. Add all of the personal details about their time incarcerated, and plans for release. We will begin working on making the RIGHT connections tailored their release date, area where being released, and personal needs.
Verification and Approval
We will verify all of the information submitted on the behalf of loved ones and mark the application as "Pending Approval". Flikshop will notify your incarcerated loved on of their Flikshop Neighborhood application and request final approval from them.
Flikshop DOES NOT SHARE the information of your loved one with any members of the Flikshop Neighborhood.
Start Receiving Mail from Partners
Once your loved one's application is approved Flikshop will begin matching community partners to the needs of our incarcerated neighbors. If your loved one is matched to any partner, they will begin receiving mail directly from them.
If your loved one returns a message directly to Flikshop, our team will share the message with your Team Event coordinator.
Flikshop Neighbors will not have access your loved one's personal information. Each notification is shipped from Flikshop with the recipients name and ID # printed on the notification, but held privately from the sender's account.
YOUR LOVED ONE WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO CONNECT DIRECTLY WITH THEIR NEW NEIGHBORS.
Flikshop will not share your loved one's Name or ID # with ANY neighbors unless requested.
Get ready for a successful reentry after release
People who are connected to their family, friends, and community are more like to be successful after release from jail or prison. We want to help connect every person in every cell with the right resources for them, well before they come home
Reentry planning should start at arrest, and not just at