EIN 46-2140915

The Anti-Recidivism Coalition

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The Anti-Recidivism Coalition empowers formerly and currently incarcerated individuals to thrive by providing a support and advocacy network that serves as a bridge to transformation, purpose, and redemption. They work towards ending mass incarceration in California and ensuring safe, healthy, and whole communities by offering comprehensive reentry services and inside programming such as hope and redemption programs inside prisons and mentoring at youth facilities. Additionally, they provide supportive housing at two locations in Los Angeles.
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Program areas at The Anti-Recidivism Coalition

Housingarc currently has two housing sites, "lorena and "magnolia" that serve community members in need of stable, safe, and dignified housing. Arc can serve 22 residents at magnolia and 36 residents at lorena.. The on-site staffing model at each of arc's two housing sites in los angeles ensures supportive service delivery such as life skills development to promote self-sufficiency and resilience among members. Life coaches ensure that all residents are either in school or working part-time and saving a portion of their income.
Inside programmingour hope and redemption team, established in 2017, is a group of formerly incarcerated lifers who go back into California state prisons, sacramento and yolo county jails, and juvenile detention facilities to provide ongoing programming, rehabilitative services, and wraparound reentry support and case management to incarcerated individuals.our team employs a credible messenger approach to all our rehabilitative programming, serving ~5,000 people annually through criminals and gang members anonymous, board parole hearing workshops, and youth offender program mentorship groups that help individuals develop prosocial behaviors and create plans for successful reentry.
Membership servicesarc serves as a support network for current and formerly incarcerated men and women. Arc's programming encompasses hope and redemption programming inside prisons, mentoring at youth facilities, supportive housing at two locations in los angeles, employment training and employment placement support, and a broad range of member-based services to a network of more than 3000 formerly incarcerated individuals. Through membership support individuals receive and offer support, connect to services, and develop positive social networks.ride homethe ride home program provides free, safe, and friendly transportation directly from The carceral facility to an approved transitional housing program. In The last year The ride home program has brought home more than 725 people upon release. Experienced arc reentry counselors and drivers are formerly incarcerated themselves, so they offer returning citizens an opportunity to spend time with a peer who's been through a similar experience and a practical and realistic plan for reentry. We keep in touch with returning citizens for follow-up counseling and support in becoming arc members. Our mission is to counsel returning citizens on how to approach and overcome obstacles ahead, share a first meal, buy fresh clothing and toiletries together, bring them to a safe home, and introduce them to a changed world.
Workforce and education arc offers career readiness, a range of internship opportunities, and scholarship supports for transitional age members. A key vocational training initiative is our los angeles pre-apprenticeship readiness program, an 11-week cross-sector partnership between The los angeles unified school district (lausd), The los angeles federation of labor, and The la/oc building trades. All program participants are paid stipends during cohort training prior to being placed directly in union apprenticeships. We have served over 413 participants (adult and tay) thus far, with a 75% graduation rate and 82% placement rate of graduates.
Communications and marketing
Clinical and wellness services
Advocacy, national and state
Sacramento policy

Grants made by The Anti-Recidivism Coalition

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
Black Women for WellnessFor Services Provided Under Operational Agreement Between Arc and BWW$61,875
Rock of Refuge Prison MinistryRock the Refuge, Pass Through A Regrant$20,000

Who funds The Anti-Recidivism Coalition

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
The Chicago Community TrustGeneral Operating Support$8,010,000
The California EndowmentGeneral Operating Support: To Support An Organization That Works To End Mass Incarceration and Improve Health Outcomes in California By Providing A Support Network, Comprehensive Reentry Services and Opportunities To Advocate for Systems Change.$760,000
The California EndowmentGeneral Operating Support: To Support An Organization That Works To End Mass Incarceration and Improve Health Outcomes in California By Providing A Support Network, Comprehensive Reentry Services and Opportunities To Advocate for Systems Change.$760,000
...and 50 more grants received totalling $13,136,980

Personnel at The Anti-Recidivism Coalition

Sam LewisExecutive Director$162,724
Laura MinzenbergDirector of Finance$122,250
Nicholas ReinerDirector of Communications
Esteban NunezPolicy Director
Michael MendozaDirector of Advocacy / National Policy Director$0
...and 10 more key personnel

Financials for The Anti-Recidivism Coalition

RevenuesFYE 06/2022
Total grants, contributions, etc.$21,324,620
Program services$0
Investment income and dividends$7,854
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$14,806
Total revenues$21,347,280

Form 990s for The Anti-Recidivism Coalition

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2022-062023-03-24990View PDF
2021-062022-05-10990View PDF
2020-062021-04-05990View PDF
2019-062020-10-15990View PDF
2018-062019-05-14990View PDF
...and 7 more Form 990s

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Data update history
October 26, 2023
Received grants
Identified 55 new grant, including a grant for $8,010,000 from The Chicago Community Trust
August 13, 2023
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2021
June 15, 2023
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2022
June 12, 2023
Updated personnel
Identified 7 new personnel
May 13, 2023
Used new vendors
Identified 2 new vendors, including , and
Nonprofit Types
Social advocacy organizationsCrime and legal aid organizationsSchoolsCharities
Human servicesCrime and lawRehabilitation for ex-offendersCriminal justice
LobbyingReceives government fundingProvides scholarshipsTax deductible donations
General information
1320 E 7th St Ste 260
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Metro area
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA
Los Angeles County, CA
Website URL
(213) 955-5885
IRS details
Fiscal year end
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
I40: Rehabilitation Services for Offenders
NAICS code, primary
813319: Social Advocacy Organizations
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