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Welcome to Kid C.A.T.
501(c)(3)

We envision being in community, bridging the gap between harm and healing, transforming lives from the inside out.

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The Many Firsts of Re-entry 
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We are deeply grateful to the men who returned to CMC to share their stories and lived experiences with re-entry. If you would like to learn more, and how you can support more prisons having access to these stories:
 

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Get your Kid C.A.T. Apparel!

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Films to check out!

If you haven't already done so, check out this film that we were featured in from inside San Quentin:

The Mask You Live In


And an important film featuring our Executive Director, Michael Nelson:

The Prison Within

 

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Roderick M.,
The First Step Graduate

I feel empowered when I am in Kid C.A.T.! When I speak in this group, it feels great; I am so proud that I am able to express my inner self.

Samuel Robison, Ret. Lt.,
San Quentin State Prison

Kid C.A.T. has always been one of my proudest ventures! I just knew it created a path to speak to and influence a completely different audience. The Founders put in the work and brought magic to it.

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Mike Z., Alumnus
California Men's Colony

I can’t help but be grateful to my experience with Kid C.A.T, the work we have done together has mentally and emotionally prepared me for what I have been experiencing since released.

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