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This has been an extraordinary journey and I’m so grateful that God allowed me to live to tell my story. My hope is that you will find a connection so deep that the little girl or boy in you will speak up. This book is about Recovering, Repairing, Repaying and Rejoicing. When you purchase this book, you are DOUBLING your impact. Half of all the proceeds go directly to benefit Time for Change Foundation.
For decades, San Bernardino has faced a set of related challenges that haverestricted economic opportunity and pathways for its residents. A key city in the growing Inland Region, San Bernardino faces extremely high levels of poverty, unemployment and related problems including health and housing insecurity.
Time for Change Foundation’s (TFCF) Positive Futures II Program (PF II) provides essential resources to currently and formerly incarcerated women to reduce homelessness and recidivism while leading women to stabilization and self-sufficiency.
Since 2002, Time for Change Foundation (TFCF) has been assisting homeless women and children achieve self-sufficiency by providing housing and necessary supportive services. In response to the housing crisis, the effects of mass incarceration, and family separation, TFCF implemented an array of evidenced-based programs, housing and trauma informed approaches...
We would like to thank the California Wellness Foundation for supporting the Positive Futures. I—Asset Development and Wealth Creation project. For over 28 years the Wellness Foundation has been grantmaking to nonprofits that are advancing health and wellness for underserved people.
Since 2002 Time For Change Foundation (TFCF) has been dedicated to helping homeless women and children achieve self-sufficiency by usingan array of evidenced-based practices coupled with a strength-based approach to address their needs. Our programs and supportive services help to assist families and individuals with the skills necessary to recover from...
This report is unlike any other you have read before, because this report has been written by someone who has experienced the terrible cycles of drug addiction and incarceration. Currently, I am a community activist who is dedicated to human rights and social justice by working to improve the conditions for women and girls to thrive and be healthy.