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No Limits, Inc.

Your history is not your destiny.

For more information, please get in touch with us!

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More than 900 former inmates return home every month in the state of Alaska.

No Limits Inc. has been providing supportive housing services and necessary resources to previously incarcerated individuals and citizens facing homelessness in the Fairbanks area since 2014.

No Limits, Inc.

our mission

No Limits, Inc. 501 (c)(3) is a nonprofit organization located in Fairbanks, Alaska. Our mission is to provide resettlement services to the marginalized and disadvantaged for successful transition from dependence on society to independence with the support and resources they need to transform their lives.

our values

equality          inclusivity          discipline          accountability          commitment

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who we serve

No Limits target population is men and women who have recently been released from the jurisdiction of Alaska’s Criminal Justice System, who have a history of chemical dependence that has repeatedly impeded their abilities to create stable living situations for themselves and for their families.

what we offer

No Limits provides numerous supportive housing and reentry services to the Fairbanks community.

We are actively developing programs for the purpose of expanding opportunities that enrich the lives of individuals, communities and our society. Please click here to see our list of available services.

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 Kelvin Lee is the President of No Limits Inc. Kelvin's social enterprise continues to grow as he has added Kelvin Lee Enterprises LLC that will allow him to use his expertise to help other aspiring entrepreneurs in the areas of reentry and real estate. 

Champions have an inept ability to be victorious in the face of attempted defeat on many levels on difficulty. The essence of perseverance can be found in the application of learned lessons. Life decisions come with positive and negative repercussions. Over my life, I have made choices that provided me with a one way path to prison. While incarcerated, I made more bad decisions that extended that portion of my life. Not until I made up my mind to do better, did I realize that I could do more help than hurt to myself and others around me. Prison changed me life. This book outlines how I persevered with the heart of a champion.

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