The Tadini House, is a community of people that believe in beauty, blessings and human flourishing. It is a nonprofit organization, that was founded in 2016 in Phoenix Arizona by a mother with sons that served prison time. As a mother and minister, PJ understands the importance of providing beautiful, safe spaces and time for growing, learning and being loved that all returning citizens need to ease back into society.
Determined to make a difference for men like her sons, PJ began first by mentoring former prisoners from her home by offering guidance and developing opportunities for personal growth and development. She also pointed her participants toward services and at the same time monitored their success in reaching their personal goals. Later, PJ began reaching out to other like-minded people to assist.
PJ has a Master's degree in counseling and as part of her studies she began doing research about Mass Incarceration. Her research led her to the Silicon Valley De Bug Albert Cobarrubias Justice Project. and its model of participatory defense.
Now with the guidance of De Bug, The Tadini House houses the Metro-Phoenix Participatory Defense hub where its members encourage and guide Arizonan families, whose loved one is facing a criminal case, to navigate the criminal justice system and save time.
Re-entry Support Volunteer
Community Mental Health Advocate
The Tadini House
4460 East Main Street Suite 120, Mesa, Arizona 85205, United States
The Tadini House does not discriminate in staffing, employment, governing board and service delivery based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or national origin.
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