The United States currently has 6% of the world’s population and 25% of the world’s prison

population. Muskegon County has 400 men and women returning home from prison every year

and 130 of them, 1 in 3, will go back in the next 3 years. In addition, several thousand men and

women have gone through the Muskegon County Jail in the past 3 years. Many individuals

returning from jail/prison struggle with substance abuse and finding sustainable employment as

well as positive role models. Muskegon is ready for a fresh start!

Fresh Coast Alliance provides mentorship, employment, job skills/life skills training

and recovery support for men and women who have previously been incarcerated. In addition,

we offer a support group for family members who have incarcerated loved ones. In the spirit of

Mark 12:31, join us in creating new stories of hope for men and women throughout

Muskegon County… “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these.”



Will you join the Fresh Coast Movement?

Can you pray? Mentor? Connect us with an employer?

Support financially?


Contact Nate Johnson at natej@freshcoastalliance.org or 231.282.9502.


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how we partner with the hope project

The Hope Project exists to raise awareness of human trafficking and to bring restoration and healing from its effects. Kingdom Life is passionate about putting a stop to any and all forms of human trafficking and rather than creating our own ministry to combat it, we have chosen to partner with and support The Hope Project. The vision is to continually improve and expand rehabilitative programs so every trafficked child has access to appropriate aftercare services. The Hope Project is always in search for volunteers and we encourage everyone to donate their new or gently used items to The Hope Project's thrift store, 'The Hope Chest'. Please visit their website and find a way to support them.

Although we wish this wasn’t the case, human trafficking—modern day slavery—is a reality even in Michigan. It does not just happen in the bigger cities like Detroit or Grand Rapids, but also in small rural towns where you least expect it.
— hopeprojectusa.org