The Community Education Resource Center is an initiative of the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project that provides support for people who are system-impacted. Located in Birmingham, CERC recognizes the diverse and intersectional challenges involved in re-entry and partners with community organizations to bring classes that are tailored to student needs. Crucial to the development of our community is elevating the voices of those with experience of incarceration and involving them in identifying strategies for and solutions to systemic inequities. We are a community of humans working together. Follow us on facebook for more: facebook.com/CERCinBHM.
Interested in signing up for a class? Visit our Facebook page for regular updates about scheduled classes.
Interested in partnering with CERC? Contact Rob Hitt to discuss ways to collaborate.
Need to get your Social Security Card? Visit the Social Security Administration’s website.
Need support for substance use? Visit the Recovery Organization of Support Specialists.
Need a driver’s license? Visit the Department of Public Safety.
APAEP is currently developing a comprehensive, re-entry resource guide for Alabama; check back in 2023!
Partners + Collaborators
Community Education Resource Center (CERC)
131 41st St. South
Birmingham, AL 35222