Repairing the Harm - Supporting the Needs of Offenders, Ex-Offenders and their Families
Every year more than 20,000 people are released from Missouri’s prisons. When these people are released, they have many needs
When: Wednesday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m.
Where: St. Joseph Catholic Church, in the old church or Parish Center (Park in the new church lot)
1355 Motherhead Road, Cottleville, MO 63304
Phone: 636-441-0055 or go to website for specific directions: www.stjoecot.org under Parish, then under
Directions/Map. It is at the corner of Highway N and Motherhead Rd. in St. Charles Co. (not far from Hiway 40/64)
Several local organizations will share ways that citizens can help ex-offenders and their families be successful citizens in the community.
You’ll hear from a man incarcerated 37 years and from a family member of an incarcerated individual. You’ll learn about the role of the community in ensuring the successful re-entry of ex-offenders.
Have you ever wondered about prison ministry? Representatives from these organizations will be on-hand to tell you about volunteer opportunities: Project COPE, Kairos Outside, AWE (Alternatives with Education), The 180, Tri-County Citizens Advisory Board, MO Probation & Parole. For more information, please contact Brenda Galloy, 636-219-6767
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