Healing Communities is focused on capacity building and program implementation for congregations and houses of worship serving individuals and families affected by crime and incarceration.
Healing Communities National maintains a network of Healing Communities Prison Ministry and Prisoner Reentry programs across the United States and is a framework for a distinct form of ministry for men and women returning from or at risk of incarceration, their families and the larger community.
Healing Communities Philadelphia works in partnership with PLF to work through its congregation partners to build a strong infrastructure of supportive services to improve life chances for returning citizens by working for the improvement of educational, employment and health care opportunities in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Gospel Movement strives to see the Greater Philadelphia area flourish spiritually, economically, and culturally through the grace of Jesus Christ.
PGM's mission is to advance strategic collaboration among churches, non-profits and the market place.
The Fatherhood Involvement Campaign strives to remind executive opinion leaders, policy makers, and child and family service providers that like the “Responsible Fatherhood” field of study, the value of fathers in our culture ebbs and flows, and is not likely to change any time soon unless we embrace and support the contributions that fathers can make to their children, families and our communities. There is support provided to Symposium Delegates committed to serving as a catalyst raising the consciousness of government, philanthropic, corporate, community, civic, and public/private business leaders from around the state to bring about public action to transform attitudes and behaviors of Pennsylvanians, regarding the value of Fathers and their contributions of the well-being of Pennsylvania’s children, youth and families.
Life Turning Point of Philadelphia was established as a means to serve homeless women and children in the City of Philadelphia. The program of Life Turning Point of Philadelphia is a unique, comprehensive, Biblical life-skills, training program. The goal of Life Turning Point of Philadelphia is to provide shelter for homeless women and children for up to 18 months with Biblical life-skills training which includes homemaking, Case Management, counseling, employment assistance and permanent housing. The vision of Life Turning Point of Philadelphia is "transforming families to impact the world."