EIN 13-5563028

The Osborne Association

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The Osborne Association provides services to defendants, incarcerated people, formerly incarcerated people and their families to provide alternatives to incarceration, job training and job placement, and reentry services. The organization achieves economic independence through comprehensive workforce development and employment services. It reconnects families and strengthens communities through support for people affected by incarceration to make, mend and maintain family relationships. The Osborne Association is located in the Bronx, NY.
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Program areas at The Osborne Association

Achieving economic independenceworkforce development offers comprehensive workforce development and employment services to individuals with prior criminal justice involvement. This includes assessment, career and educational counseling, job readiness workshops, resume preparation, skills enhancement, assistance with job search and placement, social service referrals, and post-employment support. Career center provides men and women with criminal records with environmental and financial literacy education, and comprehensive career development, including soft skills and hard skills training that prepares them to enter and advance in sector-specific fields. We place participants in jobs that support their growth, their families, and The environment. We offer group and individual counseling to identify and address participants' needs, as well as offer referral services. Career coaches offer services that include family support, educational and vocational support, skill-building activities, goal-setting, and civic engagement to ultimately assist participants into achieving long-term economic independence.training to work provides men and women on work release The opportunity to expand their education and increase their employment skills in today's fastest growing fields: construction, waste management, food service and other industries. Justice community supports court-involved young adults (ages 18-24) in reconnecting with their families and communities in order to turn toward success in life. The program includes environmental and financial literacy training, career coaching, individual counseling and group support, community benefit projects, employment counseling, job placement and educational support.fatherhood initiative works with young adults who are fathers to improve their employability and to strengthen their emotional and material support for their children. Services include individual and family counseling, mediation, parenting skills training, job readiness training, basic literacy education, and employment counseling. Arches is a partnership with The nyc department of probation that works to reduce participant involvement with The criminal justice system. Arches provides critical positive intervention among youth on probation by providing support groups, assisting youth in identifying negative behaviors and maladaptive patterns of thinking, and providing mentors from The same communities and with similar experiences with The criminal justice system. Nextsteps is a partnership with The nyc department of probation that is specifically focused on young people residing in or near nycha developments. Nextsteps builds critical positive intervention among youth who may be exposed to negative behaviors and maladaptive patterns of thinking. The mentoring intervention provides mentors from The same communities to build positive pathways and reveal opportunities to participating youth.queensboro reentry services provides a range of reentry services that are evidence-based and that addresses The specific needs of men returning to The community through workshops that cover reentry-related topics in The areas of healthy-living, employment, managing stress and expectations and family dynamics; family-focused discharge planning; health improvement services for people living with hiv/aids or other chronic health conditions; and, a cdc approved evidence-based intervention for men with histories of substance use disorder who are at risk for relapse and other negative health behaviors.janitorial maintenance services offers training and employment in our custodial service business to formerly incarcerated individuals with disabilities and history of substance use disorder. The business cleans public facilities and businesses throughout new york city (for prevailing wages and benefits) and also teaches participants to use environmentally friendly materials when cleaning.
Reducing reliance on incarcerationosborne provides people in The custody of The new york city department of correction, including on rikers island, with workshops, training programs, and individual guidance aimed at preparing them to lead stable, secure lives after they return home. We offer classes on more than a dozen subjects, including cognitive behavioral therapy, anger management, relapse prevention, employment readiness, parenting education, financial literacy, computer skills, communication, healthy relationships, nonviolent conflict resolution, and mindfulness. Osborne provides reentry support for people leaving nyc jails through discharge planning, post-release case management, referrals and workforce development planning. Court advocacy services is a defender-based advocacy program assisting felony defendants, including juvenile offenders being tried in adult courts that are represented by nyc assigned and institutional defense attorneys in pursuit of alternatives to incarceration. Staff conduct pre-plea and pre-sentence investigations of defendants' backgrounds to ascertain mitigating circumstances, and advocate client specific sentencing alternatives in appropriate cases. Long termers responsibility project is an interdisciplinary advocacy effort that works with individuals serving long sentences, but who have completed their minimum sentences, by helping them to gain insight, take responsibility for their crimes and prepare for their eventual release through a restorative justice framework in individual and group settings.
Reconnecting families and strengthening communitiesfamily services offers support to people affected by incarceration to make, mend and maintain family relationships and to plan for a successful re-entry from prison into their communities through The family ties program for mothers and familyworks program for fathers. The programs offer parenting education in new york city and state correctional facilities that are informed by research and best practices on childhood and cognitive development, as well as visiting support (in-person and through video-conferencing), family centers at several men's prisons, and community-based services for families.family resource center provides family and friends of people in prison with a toll-free hotline staffed by formerly incarcerated individuals and family members that provides up-to-date information on transfers, visiting rules, sentencing, advocating for a family member, and parole, as well as linkage to community-based services and weekly support groups during The incarceration of a loved one and following release. Children & youth services provides a host of psycho-social supportive services and developmentally appropriate programs for children and youth in The community. Through counseling, support groups, mentoring, assistance in accessing higher education, supervised visiting with parents (both in person and through televising), youth development activities, and recreational trips The program works to alleviate The negative effects, trauma, and stigma that incarceration has upon children and youth with parents in prison.services also include The youth experience success (for younger children) and The youth action council for older youth who are interested in further skill-building and education that involves civic engagement, public speaking, grassroots organizing efforts, and advocacy for The rights of children with justice-involved parents.
Fulton community reentry centerfulton is a former new york state correctional facility that was donated to Osborne to be redeveloped as a community reentry center and transitional residence for people returning home following a period of incarceration. Fulton is currently in The redevelopment stages, and is being designed to be a "one stop" center capable of supporting - directly or by linked service providers - The health, economic security, family and social connectedness needs of people in reentry, which will ultimately reduce recidivism, promote safety and improve long-term outcomes for The families and communities to which they return. Anticipated services include transitional housing and economic development activity, including job training, and workforce development services.
Osborne Association policy centerosborne's policy center is built on a practitioner-based policy advocacy that is grounded in The experience of our participants and direct-service staff. The center launches with two focus areas: children of arrested and/or incarcerated parents (through our new york initiative for children of incarcerated parents) and aging in prison and elder reentry. A key compoent of The policy center, The ny initiative for children of incarcerated parents is a collaborative effort to raise awareness and reform policy aroud The impact of incarceration on children. The initiative aims to change child welfare and criminal justice policies and procedures to ensure children's rights are upheld and their needs met through each stage of their parent's involvement in The criminal justice system.

Who funds The Osborne Association

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
National Philanthropic TrustHuman Services$301,695
Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo (CFGB)Unrestricted Use; Moving Forward Together Implementation Grant$278,965
New York Health FoundationImproving Corrections-Based Health Care for Elders$168,000
...and 58 more grants received totalling $2,061,167
Federal funding details
Federal agencyProgram nameAmount
Department of LaborREINTEGRATION OF EX-OFFENDERS$255,184
...and 6 more federal grants / contracts

Personnel at The Osborne Association

Elizabeth GaynesPresident and Chief Executive Officer$248,532
Dmitriy GoyzmanExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$193,796
Sheryl Haughton TaylorExecutive Vice President$182,926
Susan GottesfeldExecutive Vice President and Chief Product Officer$200,930
Pat RitchingsExecutive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer
...and 12 more key personnel

Financials for The Osborne Association

RevenuesFYE 06/2022
Total grants, contributions, etc.$26,701,695
Program services$9,261,296
Investment income and dividends$116
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$36,370
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$7,873
Total revenues$36,007,350

Form 990s for The Osborne Association

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2022-062023-05-16990View PDF
2020-062021-05-26990View PDF
2019-062021-01-21990View PDF
2018-062019-06-19990View PDF
2017-062018-06-14990View PDF
...and 8 more Form 990s

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Data update history
June 26, 2023
Used new vendors
Identified 3 new vendors, including , , and
May 15, 2023
Used new vendors
Identified 2 new vendors, including , and
May 6, 2023
Received grants
Identified 1 new grant, including a grant for $1,000 from Frank J Antun Foundation
May 1, 2023
Used new vendors
Identified 1 new vendor, including
November 11, 2022
Used new vendors
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Human servicesCrime and lawRehabilitation for ex-offenders
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General information
809 Westchester Ave
Bronx, NY 10455
Metro area
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA
Bronx County, NY
Website URL
(718) 707-2600
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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
624310: Vocational Rehabilitation Services
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