About Hope Outside The Walls

Hope Outside the WallsHave you or someone you love, ever been incarcerated?  As a result of America’s decades long war on drugs, the US presently incarcerates over 330,000 prisoners on drug-related charges at an estimated annual cost of $40 billion. This doesn’t include the ongoing costs to society as those that have been touched by the cycle of probation, incarceration and parole work to reintegrate into society, find employment and stay on track with meeting the mandates of probation and parole.

Hope Outside the Walls is a collection of short stories, and memoirs by writers impacted by addiction who are working to reenter society. This project is made possible through our Community Partnership with Texas ReEntry Services. Together, we offer Writing for the Soul Workshop™ Peer Support as a realistic criminal justice  strategy that safely reduces the State’s costly reliance on incarceration– creating stronger families, less taxpayer waste, and safer communities. A portion of every book sold benefits Texas ReEntry Services.

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BONUS! Includes a short story by Paul Kurko, author of the TGIM Best Seller: ‘Issues’! Order a copy of the book, or download the eBook to read it from your favorite device today!

Give a book. Save a life.

Hope Outside The Walls retails in stores at $12.99, but YOU SAVE when you partner with us to give this life-saving book away to men and women working to re-enter society around the country.

We will add customized labels to the book cover in honor of you, your church, business or loved one if you like.  We’ll even give them to a jail, prison or halfway house in your community.  Simply complete the Contact Form below to begin your order. We’ll give you a call to help you complete your contribution.

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