Resources for Human Development has established a variety of programs improving the lives of men and women who are reintegrating into society after incarceration. RHD recognizes that second chances are often difficult to come by, so our priority is to help provide the opportunities.
Our person-centered approach allows us to foster several programs such as Brothers' Keepers Hope Improvement
, a general contracting business that employs returning citizens while empowering them to set and reach their own goals and become self-sufficient. Reach-In C.A.R.E.
in Louisiana works with women who have been convicted as they prepare for re-entry into society and a new start.
'We can bring the neighborhood back'
Social entrepreneur Gerald Hatten began Brothers' Keepers Hope Improvement as a general contracting business that provides employment to ex-offenders and adjudicated youth in a work environment that empowers employees to become self-sufficient. Read about how Brothers' Keepers is restoring communities by turning dilapidated buildings into new homes.
We're committed to starting programs that work with returning citizens from the ground up - such as I'm FREE, a new program growing in our New Beginnings Nonprofit Incubator.
With more than two decades of experience assisting returning citizens, RHD partners with returning citizens to promote independence, responsibility and continual growth.
The success of our programs would never be possible if not for the care and support of friends and family, who are crucial to the recovery and improvement of your loved ones. At Resources for Human Development, we understand that it's important to reach out to families as a vital part of the services we provide.
Government partners please contact Monique Hales-Slaughter at 215-951-0300 ext.3174
or email at
You can find a program to fit your needs from our list at the bottom of this page. Any questions?
Contact us at PostAdjudication@rhd.org