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Do you
Know your
Neighbor's Story?

Nearly half of all Americans have
a close family member who has been
or is currently incarcerated.
More than two-thirds of incarcerated women
reported a history of mental health problems.

These are their stories.

Art by formerly incarcerated women

*Proceeds will be used to help women coming home from incarceration with essentials such as hygiene items, clothing, transportation, household goods, and other immediate needs.

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Heavy Is The Head - Tyra
Mother-Wound Baptism - Aimee
Reincarcation After Incarceration - Charlotte
The Chaos Upstairs
Remastered Chaos - Whitney

Our campaign was featured in the Love Art Collective Zine!

Interested in hosting a print?



Love Your Neighbor Ohio is an initiative of Accompanying Returning Citizens with Hope meant to educate the public about the extremely common realities of incarceration in Ohio, and in particular the unique challenges women face after being incarcerated.


ARCH is a reentry-based non-profit making the world a more welcoming place to returning citizens one business, organization, and faith community at a time.

Artists and artwork were photographed by Ralphoto Studio.

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