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Medal of Honor
Join us for a virtual vigil on May 14, 2021
To recognize and honor those that lost their lives due to COVID-19
corrections officers
One Voice United
Building Bridges to Elevate the Toughest Job
We're improving wellness, advocating for change, and honoring the heroism and professionalism of our fellow officers.
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Make a Commitment to Our Future, Our Profession, and Our Families

Correctional Officer Wellness Project
We Must Address Our Mental Health Crisis
A national survey of correctional officers found 91% of respondents feel that "PTSD is a serious and pervasive issue within corrections."

Our Mission

We are a national campaign to give corrections officers a voice.

Too often correctional officers and other professional staff who work inside correctional facilities are left out of conversations about incarceration and the criminal justice system.

Leaving out people who are involved in the system each and every day makes it harder to create any change or improve conditions of work and confinement while reducing recidivism after release.

Together, we are improving reform efforts and supporting their successful implementation by elevating the vital role of corrections officers and other frontline staff.

Corrections Officers: Often Unseen, But Never Forgotten

Few groups have a more important story to tell than that of the often overlooked men and women who do one of America’s toughest jobs: corrections officers. In the current moment of uncertainty, the Neighborhood Project convened corrections officers to share their story.