ASK Mentoring Outreach, Inc.
A Prison Ministry Reclaiming One Life at a Time
“I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me,
I was in prison and you came to visit me.”
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Inmate Addresses


Upcoming Events:
Weekend visiting times:
8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
(Must be there
before 1:15 PM
if you plan to visit)

Office hours:
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
Monday thru Thursday

10th Anniversary
May 19, 2012
Yorba Linda
Regional Park
7600 E La Palma Ave
Anaheim, CA

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10th Anniversary Picnic

Celebrating 10 Years
Of Ministry!
ASK's 10th Anniversary Picnic on May 19, 2012 11:00AM to 3:00PM at Yorba Linda Regional Park click link on the left for more information.

ASK Mentoring Outreach


    Despair, disillusionment, hopelessness, rejection. These are just a few of the negative feelings and emotions that prisoners experience daily. Prisons are a wasteland of human beings who have experienced fractured relationships, abuse and broken dreams.

Our Mission:


    "For the recruitment of local volunteers to be trained and monitored for one-on-one visitation with prisoners who have requested a friend because they receive few or no visits from the outside. Ex-offenders are mentored and encouraged through a caring relationship to become productive and useful citizens, resulting in life changing decisions for their future."





Proven Results


    ASK volunteers are successfully working with the "forgotten" inmates. California Insititution for Women or CIW was asked to obtain the status of approximately 190 ex-offenders who have or are participating in the ASK mentoring program. According to the records of those 190 women; 158 have served their sentences and have since been released. 75 of those 158 women have discharged off parole, while the other 73 are currently on parole and awaiting discharge. Only 10 women have either re-offended or are considered a parolee-at-large. The remaining 32 are still serving their sentences and/or have transferred to other institutions. This equates to a 95% success rate.


    The information obtained by CIW shows the overwhelming and evident success of the ASK organization in aiding and facilitating the rehabilitation and successful re-entry of ex-offenders involved in our program.

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