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GUIDING OFFENDERS TO BECOME PRODUCTIVE CITIZENS

Riverside House exists to guide men and women convicted of crime into becoming productive citizens through a nondenominational, faith-based approach.  Please listen to their stories below.

Ke’onna Frazier

4 MONTHS, 2 DAYS
5 years of probation Youth Counselor and Advocate for Stop Bullying, Be Strong

Marc Eubank

10 MONTHS
5 years of probation Self Employed

Yradia Guanipa

10 YEARS
5 years of probation President of YG Institute She has earned her Bachelors and Master’s degree and now working on her PhD

Patrick Mansell

5 YEARS
3 years of probation Writer and Author Published over 10 books

“Everyone makes mistakes in life, but it doesn’t mean they have to pay for them for the rest of their life. Sometimes good people make bad choices. It doesn’t mean they are bad. It means they are human.”

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Through Riverside House’s proven program success, those in desperate need become contributing members of society. In a 2005 study conducted by Riverside House, we found that during a typical year:

RESIDENTS

More than 325 Riverside House residents will join the work force.

PROGRAM COSTS

Riverside House residents will pay 25% of their gross income, amounting to more than $300,000 in program fees to help offset program costs.

TAXES

Riverside House residents will repay more than $85,000 in taxes to Miami Dade County.