Welcome Home Ministries

Rating: 5 stars   13 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Mental Health, Crime & Law


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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Role: Board Member
Rating: 5 stars  

9 people found this review helpful

Hello, I have had the opportunity to utilize the services of Welcome Home Ministries approximately 8 yrs ago. Due to the nature of my Profession I have chosen to remain annonymous. Today, I take great pleasure in assisting this fine agency in their endeavours as well as receiving the blessings that they have to offer. I can honestly say that WHM is an important asset to our community and is in the process of expanding its services. Thank You WHM and continue to march. Sincerely, A grateful recipient

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