Lower Lights Ministries
Rating: 4.9 stars 10 10 reviews
1066 Bellows Ave Columbus OH 43223 USA
Motivated by the love of God, the mission of Lower Lights Ministries is to promote the development and well-being of individuals, families and the community of Franklinton by partnering together as loving neighbors.
Geographic areas served:
Columbus, Ohio (Franklinton)
Rachel's house offers supportive re-entry housing for female ex-offenders including wrap-around services such as education and mentoring. These services include employment education, career coaching, financial literacy education and personal tutoring.
light the way home is a service-enriched supportive housing program that gives stability and accountability to families with the greatest need, empowering them to break the cycle of poverty and to contribute to the positive development of the franklinton community. The services offered include supportive mentoring, case management and peer support.
project aim is a family mentoring program that empowers vulnerable families and individuals in central ohio who are seeking to break the cycle of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency through a holistic mentoring process. The services include career coaching, financial literacy education, tutoring and scheduled community gatherings such as the franklinton family meal each week.
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8 people found this review helpful
This is truly a ministry that changes women's lives. I have taken a tour of one of the houses and met with a former resident to hear her story. Through the help of Rachel's House, this woman has completely turned her life around and is making a positive impact in her community. And that is only one person's story! Through mentoring and simple love and care for these women, Rachel's House provides a safe place for them to heal their spiritual and physical body as well as mend broken relationships.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Meeting a past resident and hearing her story
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About once a year
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