Community Involvement, Rehabilitation

Folsom Women’s Facility donates to charity

Folsom Women's Facility donates a check to the charity, St. John's.
Folsom Women's Facility Warden Rick Hill presents a check to the charity, St. John's Program for Change.

Thanks to the population at Folsom Women’s Facility (FWF), a local charity received much-needed help.

Folsom Women’s Facility population food sales raised $1,363 for the charity, St. John’s Program for Real Change.

According to organizers, “The program provides assistance for women and their children struggling with homelessness, poverty and abuse. In addition to shelter and food, participants of St. John’s are immediately encircled with structure, with mental health therapy, with alcohol and drug counseling, with parenting education, with budgeting classes, with healthy relationship training, and with hands-on employment training. All services are onsite and required.

“The program is designed to support women in taking responsibility for themselves and their families. Each family receives an average of 675 hours of services each month; 96% of women are placed in non-subsidized employment upon completion of St. John’s employment training.”

Learn more about the charity on their website.

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