Welcome Home Ministries
Rating: 5 stars 13 13 reviews
2103 El Camino Real Ste 105A Oceanside CA 92054 USA
The mission of Welcome Home is to assist in the process of women being restored to wholeness as they journey through reentry to responsible citizenship, and provide the needed leadership to affect jail/prison reform and reentry standards throughout the world. WH represents a welcoming community of women who have overcome the challenges of re-entry to society.
Peer to Peer reentry programs;WH staff begin to prepare women for reentry while still incarcerated by providing: pre-treatment, screening and intervention for addictive disorders through focus groups and one on one counselling and on release WH works in collaboration with agencies to provide drug/alcohol treatment; local community colleges providing educational opportunities; and community employers who hire WH participants.
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During my committment to the recovery program I am affliated with, I was given an opportunity to work with Welcome Home Ministires in a professional arrangement. Welcome Home needed help with moving their offices and our program offered to help them, showing them that we would like to give back to the community. At the time I got involved, I was re-aquainted with many women I had once known in the past and who have now redirected their lives, through God, this ministry and their recovery. I was very impressed at who these women have become, their strength, their courage and perseverance. This ministry provides peer support as well as a loving connection with a reverend who has never given up on any of the ladies. The reverend has become their teacher, mentor and friend and shows them that they can do anything and their dreams are their goals.
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I have seen many women grow and become the ladies God designed them to be. Because of the faith, strength and success of one of these ladies, I have asked for her hand in marriage and thank God daily for her and her example.
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About every month
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