Founded in 1933, The Osborne Association (Osborne) works in criminal courts, jails, 32 state prisons and at community sites throughout New York. Programs focus on youth development, job training and placement, alternatives to violence education, substance use disorder and trauma treatment, opioid overdose prevention and court advocacy for low-income defendants. Osborne also provides community-based alternatives to incarceration, parenting education in prisons, support for those with HIV and Hepatitis-C, transitional and supportive housing, and social enterprise businesses that employ its graduates. It is constructing the Fulton Reentry Center, a former prison turned community hub in the Bronx that will open in 2022 and provide 135 transitional beds and programs for formerly incarcerated people. This funding will support Osborne’s general operations and mission, including the Center for Justice Across Generations (OCJAG). OCJAG focuses services and advocacy on incarcerated people preparing for parole review and on issues impacting the children of incarcerated parents.