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NOT BRINGING, NOR ALLOWINg the past to dictate destiny,
but GIVING DIRECTIONs
 

for where to, not just where not to,

for what to, not just what not to,

for how to, not just how not to,

for when to, not just when not to,

and for who to, not just who not to.

 

 What We Do

 

*inmate / client intake;

Client intake and assessment information drawn from client intake forms, sign-up sheets, contact us internet links, and A.P.M.O.C. repositioning plans.

FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:
Community Case Managment - A.P.M.O.C. Office @ (916) 581-0021

 

 

*the encouraging word;
1.) The Encouraging Word; a monthly mailing publication, encouragement from “Brother James,” to our mailing list of incarcerated, from around the world.

FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Sr. Programs Administrator - PASTOR J.L. CARR @ (916) 583-1215


*creating a new heart, a moral studies;
2.) Creating A new Heart - A Moral Studies Certificate Program; addressing... past and present dysfunctional valuations in comparison to the morally sound wisdom, based on the Book of Proverbs, with the monthly mailing to the incarcerated around the world. After each level, 10 months of completed lessons, a Certificate of Completion is awarded for the Level completed.  

FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Program Directors - REV. CHARLES AND EVANG. OLA GIBSON @ (916) 284-4601

 

*Friday night video program;
3.) Friday Night Video; a weekend support group for formerly incarcerated, their families, and the community. Friday Night Video is held every Friday at the, “City of Sacramento’s, Oak Park Community Center.” It is offered as a scheduled weekly social activity to deter its participants from crime and encourage making better decisions by discussing and viewing life situations through cinema, having positive public association and involvement in a productive healthy community venue.
FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Sr. Programs Administrator - PASTOR J.L. CARR @ (916) 583-1215

 

*barriers to employment, monthly seminars;
4.) Breaking the Barriers to Employment; a seminar, (which anyone may attend as often as necessary to achieve employment, educational, and vocational assistance.) at the “Sacramento Theological Seminar,” There are many offered programs to assist you in building resumes and available job openings, but we offer search tips, resume ideas, information and rights after incarceration, that cater specifically to the formerly incarcerated, material not being taught through other agencies, information where to find programs, vocational services, and job listings that do not exclude those who have a criminal background.
FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Sr. Programs Administrator - PASTOR J.L. CARR @ (916) 583-1215

 

*h.o.o.m.m.e.;
5.) H.O.O.M.M.E., (Housing Opportunity Outcomes Made More Efficiently); Clean and Sober Housing and referrals for the homeless and those in re-entry, (including formerly incarcerated, Mental and physical disabled, Social Security recipients, Veterans, and low income individuals), who cannot, or who are yet to afford, or who have other housing barriers to the open housing market.
Starting over with the economy of today, many are left in homeless situations by status of past and present debt ratios, mental capabilities, and class groupings, making stability, a healthy re-entry, and employment, difficult and unambiguously challenging, where sharing of a residence can reduce cost and eliminate the barriers to productive healthy living situations.
FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Sr. Programs Administrator - PASTOR CARR @ (916) 583-1215 or JOHNEEN JONES @ (916) ;2;-4176

 

* we fall down,...but we get up, vouchers program:
6.) We Fall Down, But We Get Up – (Clothing and Basic Household Goods Program; is a program in partnership with, “(LDS), Deseret Industries Thrift Stores,” to rebuild self-esteem, raise self-image and confidence by assisting our clients with acceptable clothing for employment search and proper seasonal attire. We also assist those formerly homeless with basic household goods after client transitions from homelessness to Habitation. For those formerly incarcerated with families, in partnership with, “Furniture For Families,” we offer referrals to receive Furniture to reunify and rebuild healthy families structure, to those in need of assistance in rejoining habitational situations.
FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Program Director - TAUHEEDAH HASAN @ (916) 613-7601

 

*alternative sentencing program:

7.) A.P.M.O.C. Community Service; To those who can reduce the economical strain of re-entry by having fines, restitutions, and other court cost converted to Community Service, at your request from “Loaves and Fishes,” and “Goodwill Industries,”, We are a 501(C) 3 non-profit, that can help you complete and those converted hours, and began giving back and reduce your burden, while assisting us in creating a healthy safer community.
Court Ordered Hours-
A second chance to convicted Sacramento County offenders, working with the Sacramento Superior Court, and the Alternative Sentencing Program, A.P.M.O.C. helps to restore the value of, and the building of a safer community.
FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:
Program Director Avery Andrews @ (916) 470-9211


8.) We also offer a variety of referrals and resources for your re-entry needs;
such as referrals for;

a.) Information for free government cell phones, with
-- “Reachout Wireless”;
b.) Information and referrals to free GED tutor services with
– “Two Rivers Community Literacy Project”;
c.) Information for free weekly "criminal records expungement" clinics
–“Voluntary Legal Services Program of Northern California”;
d.) Participation in the Annual Angel Tree Project, Christmas gifts to children of incarcerated parents with – “Prison Fellowship”;
e.) A.P.M.O.C. Distribution of Personal and Hair Care products from
– “Good 360, International Gifts and Kinds & Regis Hair Salons”;
f.) A.P.M.O.C. Distribution of Stuffed Animals to the Community Children from
– “Good 360, International Gifts and Kinds & PetSmart Corp.”;
g.) Participation in the Annual Food and Toy Distribution with
– “Salvation Army”;
h.) A.P.M.O.C. 24 hr. Phone line.

 

 

 

*HELPING HANDS FAMILY SERVICES

* FAMILY UNIFICATION PROGRAM:

Assisting formerly incarcerated people in C.P.S. requirements, and other family unification issues, free eye exams and glasses, food, and other services.

FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Program Director - A.P.M.O.C. Office @ (916) 581-0021

 

*pennies 4 prisoner program:

FUNDRAISER PROGRAM -

An opportunity for enrolling clients and for giving, and assisting in the implementation and funding of our, “Encouraging Word,” and “Moral Studies Programs.”

FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Program Director - A.P.M.O.C. Office @ (916) 581-0021


*10-10-10 home budgeting program:DOMESTIC MAINTENANCE -

Budgeting, financial planning and goal setting, solidifying an individual and his family for growth and economic change with biblical principles is the 10,10,10, system. The basic format of the 10,10,10, is adapted from, Biblical principles of wealth, Prison Fellowship, “Smart ways to handle your money,” and “Credit repair,” from the Federal Trade Commission.

FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Program Director - A.P.M.O.C. Office  (@ 916) 581-0021

 

*The l.a.u.g.h. program:

Thug Exposed.org-

Stress coping abilities are not well established amongst teens and at risk youth, L.A.U.G.H. is a comprehensive and thorough assessment of adolescent and Thud Mentality issues also court ordered request granted.

CONFRONTING RESLOUTION SKILLS FOR CHANGE.
FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Facilitator –RAYFORD JOHNSON @ (916)-714-5830

 

*bussiness, education, and entrepreneurial training project:

* EDUCATIONAL, TRAINING, AND BUSINESS CREATION:

Can't get a job? This is an opportunity for starting your own bussiness. Learn from professionals, see if you have what it takes!

FOR INFORMATIOM CALL:

Facilitator –John White@ (916)-384-7974