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OAA Mission; To Empower former offenders and their families to actively engage in Reducing crime and Restoring communities.
Offender Alumni Association (OAA) is a non-profit, grass-roots movement modeled after the concept of AA and NA: One offender helping another offender. The movement was founded by Former Chief Justice Drayton Nabers and former offender Deborah Daniels. The founders became inspired after many early Friday morning rides together to Bibb Correctional facility to co-facilitate Prison Fellowship Academy with a cohort of men who had voluntarily agreed to participate in an 18-month intensive discipleship program led by Hugh Davis.
OAA, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are an organized movement of men, women and children that have experienced the hardship of incarceration.
To empower former offenders and their families to actively engage in reducing crime and restoring communities is the OAA mission.
Our purpose is to assist, equip and empower individuals and communities impacted by crime to become productive and contributing members of their families, communities and society as a whole.
We are mobilizing to change lives and rebuild our communities as we leave the past behind. We are moving forward. Instead of being part of the problem, we are now part of the solution.