TIFA also provides parole workshops as well as online resources for our members. Texas Jail Project, E. We strive to foster equality, secure justice, ensure diversity, and strengthen communities. Housing over homeless young men since Hungry For God Home has assisted many young people in continuing their education and getting jobs for self sustainability.
Project RIO provides a link between education, training and employment during incarceration with employment, training and education after release.
The program is designed to reduce recidivism through employment. At each session there is a chance for fellowship, followed by the talk.
After the talk, participants divide into prearranged groups—each group has two leaders and two helpers who may have completed a previous course or could be prison staff or volunteers. Our goal is to reintegrate men successfully and productively into society. DVAP volunteers provide advice and full representation in a variety of cases, including family, housing, landlord-tenant, real property, consumer, wills, expunctions and non-disclosures, probate, and more.
More than CWJC sites across America including 4 international sites provide job skills, social skills, and help build self-worth in women needing a second chance. Arkansas Lane, Suite , Arlington, TX Runnin' Free Ranch, ENNIS The vision of RFR is to provide a non-judgmental, non-pressured environment where veterans, children and their families can experience freedom, hope and positive life-changing relationships through the facilitation of equine assisted activities and counseling. A place for women to live and learn to thrive after incarceration, Promise House is a loving home environment and community that builds on the belief that all women can be empowered to live strong and independent lives.
Personal mentoring that residents receive often follows them after they move on from the house. Women are encouraged and assisted on how to live a life that is sustainable by working toward personal goals in finance, housing, relationships, and spirituality.
Promise House is located in a quiet, safe, and friendly neighborhood minutes from downtown Fort Worth. Please be there by 9: We start promptly at Anyone arriving after Creating safer and stronger communities by providing ex-offenders opportunities and means to become productive, contributing members of society.
After graduation, staff members work with program graduates to address any barriers to employment as well as work in an advocacy role to help them with the job search and placement, then stay in contact with the students and employers to monitor their progress a success. We advocate for laws that demand safe and healthy prison units and qualified wardens and officers. We encourage prisoners and their families to participate in efforts to educate the public and politicians regarding prison conditions.
We inform prisoners, prisoner families, victim families, and other interested persons about the resources available to those undergoing the effects of crime and violence. As membership grows, our voices become stronger. Application can be taken over the phone by calling the number below upon release.
A set of clothing will be gathered and delivered to the client at his place of residence as long as the client has not received clothing from OMT previously. Dallas Doors, N. We are a peer-driven and peer-led recovery community support program that offers peer-to-peer recovery management and promotes volunteerism within the recovery community.
Denton, TX T. Our prayer for you is that the God of all grace anoints you with fresh oil and His precious Spirit illuminates the Word as you read.
May He empower you to effectively communicate to others the vibrant hope that He has given you to persevere the struggles that you have overcome and continue to overcome. At Volunteers of America Texas, providing compassionate service to those who need the most help is both a cause and a calling. The cycles of addiction and incarceration damage the lives of individuals and their families.
A lack of resources and empowering support isolates adults with disabilities. Housing insecurity threatens to put families and our seniors on the streets or without basic needs. Poverty underlies all these issues. Making a difference for these individuals and the community are the focus of our ministry of service in 30 Texas communities. Join us in reaching out with mercy and compassion to help those living in the shadows find hope, restoration and empowerment.
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