Red Lodge Transition Services is a non-profit grassroots organization supported by volunteers who have experience working with men and women in prison. Their primary objective is reducing mass incarceration of Native Americans. Nationally, Native Americans in prison are incarcerated at over four times the rate for whites, according to the National Council on Crime and Delinquency. ​Red Lodge Transition Services seeks to provide equity for Native people, primarily focusing on women entrenched in poverty, abuse and despair. Oregon does not have accurate statistical data on incarcerated Native Americans. RLTS seeks to manually count the number of Native Americans within our Oregon prisons in order to identify needs, track recidivism rates and reduce recidivism through community involvement and supportive services.