Between 1980 and 2014, the number of incarcerated women in the U.S. has increased by more than 700 percent - outpacing men by 50 percent. This project portrays New York State female ex-offenders who are successfully transitioning into society with the support of Hour Children’s Working Women Re-entry Program (HWWRP). HWWRP provides formerly incarcerated individuals with access to computers, employment workshops, and comprehensive support, including subsidized housing, medical assistance, and child care. The photographs are collaborative in that they were posed by the subjects themselves. This purposeful choice results in agency over the portrayal; something that is not often granted to formerly and currently incarcerated people. In New York State, female ex-offenders who receive re-entry support have an average recidivism rate of 3.5 percent, compared to the statewide average of 39.9. While programs like HWWRP exist and are successful in combating intergenerational incarceration, more support is needed for inmates, ex-offenders, and their families.