Jermaine Womack created Philadelphia Auto and Parole in 2017. He experienced first hand the criminal justice system as a juvenile and a adult. It was his father who helped him realize the error of his ways.
Jermaine's father owned a mechanic shop for over 50 years. His father later passed down the shop to him. Which gave him the opportunity to give others a second chance.
Jermaine's strategy is to teach a trade and inspire program participants to be successful in society. His vision is to provide service that will change the lives of those impacted by mass incarceration.
The mission is to provide formerly incarcerated men, women and youth transitioning back into society an opportunity to earn a living wage via a course in automotive repair. We seek to provide unique basic automotive training to enable reintegration and success.In addition to the automotive training, social and living skills will be conveyed throughout the program.