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SECOND CHANCE INITIATIVE

The second chance initiative is a forward-thinking rehabilitation program for women who are nonviolent offenders age 18 to 24. The second chance initiative offers workforce development, partners with other like-minded organizations to provide human services. Our program is specifically for convicted felons and ex-offenders who need a second chance. With training in construction, painting, finish work and interior design. There will be an infusion of skills that allow for a chance at earning a decent living and gaining the knowledge of a new skill.

The Nationwide initiative’s focus will be on derelict and abandoned areas starting with West Baltimore City; then partner with other City Municipalities. The Second Chance Initiative will bring hope and job training to low-income, impoverished areas; infusing the community with a safer and more beautiful neighborhood.

Mission Statement

To empower underserved populations in the Park Heights community by providing trauma-informed care and homes that are safe spaces. build builder construction equipment

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AFFORDABLE HOmes

We partner with organizations to provide trauma-informed education. We provide the opportunity of homeownership with our “why pay rent when you can own program”. The goal of this initiative is to provide low to middle-class families with home-ownership while training money management and foreclosure prevention

WHY WE DO IT

Having a stable, affordable home is essential for both individuals and society. A safe and decent home allows parents to maintain jobs, children to stay in the same schools, and the local economy to be supported. Having a home also underscores the inherent dignity of the persons who live there.

On a single night in January 2017:

553,742 people were experiencing homelessness in the United States

33% of the homeless population are families with children

40,056 veterans were experiencing homelessness in the U.S.

“The lack of safe, affordable housing requires a renewed commitment to increase the supply of quality housing and to preserve, maintain, and improve existing housing through public/private partnerships…”

The mission of Goodwill Housing Strategies is to provide service to people in need, to advocate for justice in social structures, and to call the entire church and other people of good will to do the same.

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