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“WHERE BLESSINGS ARE RECEIVED AND BLESSING ARE GIVEN”THE CIRCLE OF VISIONKEEPERS IS A RECOVERY AND RE- ENTRY PROGRAM ALL SUPPORTIVE SERVICES,CIRCLE OF VISIONKEEPERS”TALKING CIRCLE” GROUPS AND THE VISIONKEEPERS’CLOTHING SHOP WAS THE DREAM,VISION & REALITY OF THE LATEDR. ROBIN, “DOC” HERMAN AND THE INSPIRATION AND REALITY OF THEIR PURPOSE CONTINUES WITH PROGRAM DIRECTOR KHADIJAH ALI
IN HONOR OF THE LEGACY AND CONTINUAITON OF PROGRAMS STARTED BY THE LATE DR. ROBIN HERMAN, PHD AUTHOR, PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY AT WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR “HANBLEYCEA HOUSE”
AuthorDr. Robin “Doc” Herman Co Authors Anthony Villa Sr. and Khalil Osiris
“When we are no longerable to change asituation, we arechallenged to changeourselves.” ~ViktorFrankl
Shaheeda Saleem Chairperson Ted Greenwood, Secretary Treasurer Ron Step Dave Thaeler Karen Reed Abdur Rashid Ali
Two Trees Inc.Two Trees Inc. is a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization dedicated to communitybuilding and cultural bridging through: cultural exchanges; empowerment events andactivities; and production of multi-media materials. It was also created to carry out thevision of Lakota Rose Madison, a 17-year-old Hunk papa Lakota woman who was Two Trees Inc. is amurdered before her vision of creating safe places for at-risk youth and having culturalexchanges could be realized. Two Trees, Inc. promotes models of service andmethodologies of intercultural interaction that engage individuals and communities as 501(c)3 charitablepro-active agents in their own healing, especially those involved with youthrecovery, wellness, and empowerment. Two Trees is honored to work in partnershipwith SunWatch for periodic events non-profit organization dedicated to community building and cultural bridging through: cultural exchanges
DOC HERMAN WAS AND CONTINUES TO BE ANINSPIRATION FOR WHAT WE ARE EMPOWERED AND CONTINUE TO DO
The CircleVisionkeepers Re-Entryand Recovery supportgroups explore these“Mental HealthStandards” used topromote and enhancehealthier choices andbehaviors
The Talking Circles
Socialization, motivation,empowerment, reintegration withself, family andthe community
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDRENS APPROPIATE CLOTHING FOR JOB CLOTHING, EMERGENCY INTERVIEWSTOILETRIES & SMALL APPLIANCES
COMMUNITY SERVICE WORKSITE PRE-JOB GUIDANCE SKILLS LIFE COACH BUS TOKENS CLOTHING SHOP GIFT BAG (EMERGENCY TOILETRIES) SMALL APPLICANCES COGNATIVE BEHAVIORAL “THE TALKING CIRCLES” CIRCLE OF VISIONKEEPERS RECOVERY AND REENTRY GROUPPositive Self Talk Responsibility “Own It”
TheCommunity Service participants are honored to assist the Exchange club and The Catholic Church with bags of long sleeve shirts for the immigrant workers’ in Florida, this is an annual event that is coordinated with Father Don Neff.
Program is designed to provide clothing for women being released from Dayton Correctional Institution & Montgomery Education & Pre-Release Center Monthly reentry and recovery support group w/ women to discuss recovery & reentry concerns.
Program needs: Journaling Program for women with children Transportation ( used van or small truck) for women being released from Prison(DCI) Transportation to pick up and drop off donations Appropriate (an assortment of sizes) clothing for women upon release Financial Sponsorships, Mentors to send cards, letters, clothing, toiletries, bus tokens, more shelving for clothing shop
Circle of visionkeepers shop is open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9am-1 pm Referrals taken daily by phone, staff will return call within 24 hours- leave detailed information and phone number Participants can pick up clothing and related services every Saturday before 12 pm Circle of VisionKeeper “Talking Circles” Recovery & Re-entry groups are every 2 weeks on Saturday at 10 am
First Baptist Church of Dayton (Mission Board) The Exchange Club of Dayton Karen Reed on behalf of Husband The late Gary Reed. Shaheeda Salem Circle of VisionKeepers Annual Bake Sale Individuals from the Dayton Community
Address: 3401 Woodman dr Suite 10-12 Kettering, Ohio 45429 South of Dorothy lane and north of Stroop Bus route 12 south 23 south
Donations of money, clothing and other items are always welcome. Tax Deductible cash donations can be made through Two Trees, for Circle of Visionkeepers programs. You may also contact the Circle of VisionKeepers Programs directly at 937- 732-4549. You may also visit their web site at www.wincir.ning.com and www.twotreesinc.com Mail checks to: Circle of VisionKeepers’ c/o Khadijah Ali 3401 woodman dr. suite 108 Kettering, Ohio 45429 937- 732-4549/937-296-1077 firstname.lastname@example.org
“Every Sinner has afuture and every Sainthas a past!!”Sista’ Khadijah Ali