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Perpetual Help Home Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Domestic Violence, Family Violence Shelters, Homeless & Housing, Homeless Centers, Housing Support, Human Services, Job Training

Mission: Entity is a christian based restorative justice organization assisting women in breaking the cycle of incarceration, drug addiction, and homelessness through making life changes, regardless of race, color, or creed. The entity helps women become productive members of society with transitional support, new life-skills training, and permanent supportive housing. The entity provides a caring encouraging faith based christian environment where the entity supports women who are trying to change their lives. They assist and develop restorative justice for ex-offenders, women in hardship circumstances, and the communities in which they live.

Programs: Visits to incarcerated women. Weekly program - over 450 women were provided services, not including a monthly program, and individual visits. Residential and non-residential services for women released from jail, prison, or with dysfunctional behavior. Women were provided housing,rides were provided for residents; numerous were assisted with items to assist them into getting back into the workforce; various contacts were made for women; other services were also provided including training, mediation, and placement back into the workforce.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Perpetual Help Home saved my life! They helped me turn my mess into my message and helped me triumph over drug addiction. I now for a non-profit and will have my bachelors degree in December and am a very successful woman and it is all because of Perpetual Help Home!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Perpetual Help Home was there for me when I was released from prison. They empowered me to be a productive member of society. I was totally lost before going to PHH. Without them I most likely would have ended up back on the streets committing crimes and using drugs. Having been out of prison 5 years, completing a degree and getting a job in management I would have to say I owe it all to God and PHH.