Our mission is to assist and empower newly released reentrants, organizations, and individuals so that they are positioned to be successful and valuable contributors to their communities.
ReCA inspires and motivates individuals and organizations to build high functioning communities that promote life that is thriving, not merely surviving.
Life coaching is defined as a co-created relationship, where a coach partners with a client in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential by designing their future rather than getting over their past.
At ReCA, we utilize the coach approach—defined as engaging others with curiosity by asking questions to facilitate their growth and ability to thrive—in all of our facilitating, training, and consulting engagements. We believe our peer-facilitation model allows us to tap into a common thread of purpose running through cultures, especially peer groups such as formerly incarcerated, those working in the justice system, and organizations in general. It is through collaboration with these various groups that we seek to create awareness and intentionality as well as communities and organizations of peer-to-peer coaches, who are able to transform situations and facilitate growth by asking powerful questions that are guided by their intuition that is honed by their common experience and shared cultural values.