Experienced executive to lead nonprofit “Getting Out and Staying Out,” continuing the organization’s innovative approach to reentry and building on a legacy of impact HARLEM,
An Open Letter to 2021 Mayoral Candidates on Criminal Justice/Reentry Reform (download pdf): Friday, June 18, 2021 Dear Candidates, We are a group of reentry,
Rainey calls for release of vulnerable populations, no rollbacks on bail reform, no prosecution of minor offenses and release of those charged with technical parole
Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO), the nonprofit that has helped more than 10,000 formerly incarcerated and justice-involved young men access education, achieve emotional well-being and secure meaningful employment, has named Jocelynne Rainey, Chief Administrative Officer of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, as its new President & CEO.
Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) is proud to be part of a coalition advocating in Washington for meaningful criminal justice reform. In particular, GOSO is pushing for reforms to improve prison conditions, enhance productive reentry services and make sentencing changes that will have real positive impacts for our communities and criminal justice-involved young people.
The successful East Harlem-based post-prison reentry nonprofit Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) is excited to announce the addition of esteemed CNN news anchor John Berman to its Board of Directors.
Post-Rikers Reentry Nonprofit “Getting Out and Staying Out” (GOSO) and partners Legal Aid Society, Osborne Association, JLUSA and Cure Violence Program S.A.V.E. to host: VOTER
At 2018 Gala, post-Rikers reentry nonprofit “Getting Out and Staying Out” marks record fundraising year; honors Brooklyn author Jim St. Germain, corporate philanthropists Matthew Galligan
East Harlem Anti-Gun Violence program S.A.V.E. (Stand Against Violence East Harlem) to support activists and students around the country in National School Walkout Day S.A.V.E.
Last night GOSO staff members and clients were joined by community leaders, partner organizations and education stakeholders for the grand opening of GOSO’s new Education Center at 1400 Fifth Avenue in Harlem.