​​"I quickly realized some things needed to change to help  women regain stability in society.  To remain free, we  must learn how to change our behavioral thinking''.

After serving 20 years in an Illinois prison, I was granted an early

release from parole in 2005. I considered myself to be one of

the few that made a once in a lifetime horrible mistake  and wanted to put

the past behind me, it was important to me to obtain my education while in

prison, I received a BA, AA, and AAS degree's, Commercial Arts &

Photography and Cosmetology.  

After my release, I moved to Texas to start a new life.  I've

completed two Master Programs; Substance Abuse Counseling

and Professional Counseling.


Despite my education, I've encountered many employment barriers. Today,

I am an Advocate for Criminal Justice and member of Reentry Advocacy

Project formerly known as the X-Offenders Counsel, Grassroots Leadership

and Texas Advocates for Justice.  I found my voice when I

participated in community drama shows, sharing my life's story as it once was

and where I am today with Conspire Theater Austin. 

Annette's Behind Me: Transitional Living will provide supportive housing from four months to one year for women returning to Travis County from prison.  Our programs are designed to meet the needs of women. 

​​​​Annette’s Behind Me: Transitional Living was founded in

2014, by Annette Price in Austin (Travis County) Texas.

Annette’s vision as a recognized IRS 501 (c) (3) public

operating foundation evolved when she wanted to help

women just like her regain their life after being released

from prison.

Hours of operations:

Business hours:

Monday- Friday 8 a.m-4 p.m

Facility:  Daily

Annette's Behind Me: Transitional Living

​​​​​Transitional Home for Women​

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