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  • August 06, 2019 The Wall Street Journal
    NYC launches health initiative to help those involved in the criminal-justice system

    Fortune’s Director of Health Policy, Micaela Linder, and several Fortune participants shared their expertise to inform the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's new initiative. Learn more, now on The Wall Street Journal.

  • August 05, 2019 Queens Daily Eagle
    Young adults in city jails miss half of their mental health appointments

    Mental health treatment is vital for individuals with justice involvement. Young adults incarcerated in New York City, however, are marked as having completed just 54% of their scheduled mental health treatment appointments by December 2018. Read from Fortune Executive Vice President Stanley Richards and others regarding why this may be occurring and what should be done about it. 

  • July 30, 2019 Queens Daily Eagle
    [Individuals with justice involvement] pose for professional portraits on ‘Headshots Day’

    More than 150 Fortune community members posed for professional portraits by photographer Grayson Barrett, with assistance by make-up artist Marissa Proto, during our first-ever Headshot Day. Read more about the special event, now on Queens Daily Eagle.

  • July 11, 2019 New York Law Journal
    When Fortune Shines Its Light

    For over 50 years, we've illuminated paths to hope for individuals with justice involvement. Special thanks to lawyer Joel Cohen for sharing our light with others in this insightful New York Law Journal article. Via Stroock, read and share today.

  • June 28, 2019 The City
    No Green Space in Sight at Bronx Youth Detention Center

    For months, youth at Horizon Juvenile Center have been relegated to fenced-in patio-like areas for outdoor activity. But, as Fortune Executive Vice President Stanley Richards notes, “Having young people outside and having access to direct sunlight is important for their mental health and mental well being..."

  • June 21, 2019 Multi-Housing News
    NYC Moves Forward on $82M Affordable Project

    Our next phase in supportive housing for individuals with justice involvement is underway. We're so excited to help build new, affordable apartments for seniors in the Bronx—with support specifically for those impacted by justice involvement.

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