Dave's Killer Bread: Facts about 2nd Chance Employment


There’s a common misconception that people with a criminal past are a challenge, are difficult. This is just not true. A recent survey of HR professionals shows they aren’t finding any difference between the performance of people who have been incarcerated and others in their organizations. < https://daveskillerbreadfoundation.acemlna.com/lt.php?s=36747de35c8ab2f10425a0581e886174&i=25A35A1A79> And anecdotal evidence suggests these workers may become an employer’s most diligent, motivated staff members because those employees understand that the job is their shot at starting over.

Winfield Correctional Facility: Community Meeting for Spiritual Life Center

 WCF is constructing a freestanding Spiritual Life Center. 

Many criminal offenders have multiple addictions to alcohol and/or other drugs, weak problem solving and self-management skills, poor parenting skills, and low self-esteem. Offenders also tend to establish poor priorities in life and are involved in dysfunctional relationships. Faith communities play a significant role in the lives of offendersby providing hope, compassion, and helping them to understand and internalize ultimate issues.The Winfield Correctional Facility Spiritual Life Center will provide opportunities for offenders from diverse faiths to develop and restore relationships with God, their families, communities and crime victims. 

Thursday, June 20, 2019 | 7:00 p.m.  

Winfield Community Center  

700 Gary St., Winfield, KS 67156  


Join us!   

We need your input and suggestions as we form a committee of involved citizens!    

Speakers will include Warden Paul Snyder, Central Kansas Prison Ministries Director Lynn McBride, Working Men of Christ Executive Director Spencer Lindsay, as well as current & former offenders.    


Please attend to learn more and be a voice and active part of this project that helps these men, your community, and fellow Kansans!      

Grady Osborn, Chaplain  

(620) 705-6026  




Winfield Correctional Facility  

Spiritual Life Center

1806 Pinecrest Circle

Winfield, KS 67156

Business Survey: Work Force Center

Wichita Work Release Employer's and Partners! In partnership with the Work Force Center's of  South Central Kansas we are offering a short survey for the purpose of creating tools to work to address soft skills & Technology challenges that both the Employer and Client face in the "World of Work" Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. The data to be collected will better help us and our partner agencies in providing better training tools for clients to augment our vibrant employment culture in the local economy. 

Business Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FLYN6CG

Thank you!

Corey D Brock, PCII

Offender Work Force Development Specialist

Wichita Work Release Facility


Wichita Work Release introduces 2 new groups: Incarcerated Veteran's group and "3-Week" Parenting C

April 16th Wichita Work Release in partnership with the Salvation Army and Department of Veteran's Affairs began and "Offender" led process group for incarcerated Veteran's wishing to upgrade the discharge and seek benefits, to include Bonding, WOTC, Housing, and other issues that impact Veteran's as well as our client population. 

Note's from Rick Husselman, Mentor Coordinator where as follows:

  • We have set our inaugural meeting with the incarcerated vets for 600 pm Tuesday April 16. We will then meet every 3rd Tuesday night in the TC at 6 pm. After the initial meeting none of us necessarily have to be present at other meetings (although I’ll probably make them throughout the summer just to keep them on track.)

  • Tammy and Regina were present April 16th once Corey and/or I introduce the group and what we hope to get out of it.

  • Corey and I, along with Lundin, will determine who the vets are at WWRF and make sure they are notified.

  • Corey and I will advertise the meeting

  • We should meet and “de-brief” within a week of the first meeting and discuss it and make any corrections that need made.


Wichita Work Release Facility is pleased to announce the partnership with The Kansas Children’s Service League . 

Starting April 8, 2019, KCSL will begin a 3 week Parent Engagement Class. The Class will be held on Mondays in the WWRF Visiting Center. The time is TBD. The class shall be limited to 25 applicants. The class is designed for the applicant to be the best father/grandfather possi-ble. KCSL shall provide a light dinner and refreshments. Upon successfully completing all 3 weeks of the class, the applicant shall receive a Certificate of Completion from the Kansas Children Service League. Based on interest, future classes may be held and the program may expand. 

Eligible applicants must have: 

-At least one child/grand child between the age of 0-5 

-"Expecting" a child/grandchild in the next 6 months 


Week #1: Adverse Childhood Experiences 

Week #2: The Five Protective Factors 

Week #3: Early Childhood Development "The Successful start in Life" 

Offenders may apply for this course through a form 9 to their assigned counselor. Only 25 offenders shall be accepted, with priority being given to those eligible. 

Hiring Former Offenders Has Gone from Good Deed to Economic Necessity

Hiring Former Offenders Has Gone from Good Deed to Economic Necessity

The political and policy network aligned with the conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch is launching a $4 million pilot project to help former prisoners successfully reenter society.

The so-called Safe Streets & Second Chances project will be among the topics the Kochs and several hundred like-minded donors will explore this weekend when they gather near Palm Springs, Calif., for the network's annual winter meeting.

Source: USA Today, Koch brothers to launch pilot project to tackle prisoner reentry (https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2018/01/24/koch-brothers-launch-pilot-project-tackle-prisoner-reentry/1059791001/)