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unCUFFED reWIRED

We are thrilled to announce that unCUFFED’s new website, which was generously designed through donation by Zest Social Media Solutions, is now live at www.uncuffedministries.org . The website offers information ...

A Kairos Moment

Let me take a moment and introduce you to Ramone. He is from California, he is Latino and his father is a Pastor. He grew up in a church as ...

Girl, Incarcerated.

I’ve been trying to imagine making a bad choice with ‘friends’ and spending the next 9 months in jail; at the age of 15. No doubt I have made bad ...

Highs & Lows through Snapshots

A popular warm up question to a small group is often, what was the high and low of your week? Another warm up question might be, describe a significant event ...

Too Many Hats

These are real text messages from my daughter that I read after leaving Baltimore City’s Youth Detention Center: Daddy, where are you?DADDYEEEE!!!!!Call me back HELLO!!!!I’m really worried you’re not respondingDaddy ...

Fruit

Week after week we talk to the boys at Hickey hoping that the message of Jesus will make a difference in their lives. We know that they are listening, discussing, ...

In My Times of Trouble Father Guide Me

“When I am afraid, I will put my trust in You. In God, whose Word I praise, In God I have put my trust; I shall not be afraid. What ...

I Know Why

On July 14th 2017, I officially became a member of the unCUFFED Ministries staff. At that time we were in 3 correctional facilities. Eighteen months later, we are active in ...

Wow What A Party!!

On December 22nd unCUFFED partnered with the Youth Detention Center in Baltimore City to host a Christmas party for incarcerated youth. James McCray, Tim Schriver, Chris Duncan, and Timothy Lamp ...

Joshua’s Baptism

This post was originally written in 2015, and now we will be telling Josh's story at our Celebration on 11/15! I’m locked down in a room for 45 minutes with ...

For Parents

 

Where permitted, unCUFFED desires to support parents and families of incarcerated juveniles. We can provide updates on their children’s status in jail. We form prayer groups and church visits with the parents and help to ease their worries and concerns.

Are you a parent of an incarcerated child?

Are you looking for answers, support or prayer?

Reach out to us to see how we can help!

 

For Lawyers

Because a part of unCUFFED’s mission is to get to know youth who are charged as adults, we can share our experiences with a youth’s behavior and character we’ve witnessed as we’ve worked with them. Rules vary from institution to institution, but when permitted we work with Public Defenders and private lawyers. If unCUFFED staff or volunteers have worked closely with a youth during their time in the facility, we are willing to write a letter for their transfer hearing or sentencing hearing or to testify on their behalf.

For Lawyers

Because a part of unCUFFED’s mission is to get to know youth who are charged as adults, we can share our experiences with a youth’s behavior and character we’ve witnessed as we’ve worked with them. Rules vary from institution to institution, but when permitted we work with Public Defenders and private lawyers. If unCUFFED staff or volunteers have worked closely with a youth during their time in the facility, we are willing to write a letter for their transfer hearing or sentencing hearing or to testify on their behalf.

Please contact us via phone (410.657.2538) or email us at contact@uncuffedministries.org.