Clearing A Path For Returning Citizens
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Help us create better tomorrows for those who have paid their debts to society.
Founded in 2019
"They will do better when they know we see them."
- Ralph Williams
Nehemiah Project looks to transform the body, lifestyle, and outcomes with the renewing of the mind.
“A paradigm shift is a major change in the concepts and practices of how something works, or is accomplished”. In this case, we are talking about the way a person thinks and lives, as well as their world views. This paradigm shift in thinking, living, and world views should occur at least four times; twice before the age of 25; and two times after it. In some cases, this shift doesn’t occur without the help of a “change agent”.
We present to you that change agent: THE NEHEMIAH PROJECT! A person becomes a difference maker when they learn that what they put into the world is far more important than what they get out of it!
Join Us In Our Campaign To Help Them Heal.
We offer a host of volunteering activities and we also engagement sessions where our customers and community members may connect to discuss their transformations. To learn more please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The Nehemiah Project’s mission is to provide services to Returning Citizens (RCs), those in recovery, and veterans, in obtaining the treatment and support necessary for leading healthy and productive lives. Nehemiah provides a safe & structured living environment, access to health care and social services, and a link to opportunities that can lead to a return to individual dignity and self-sufficiency—free from the depravity of homelessness, addiction and alcoholism, and active mental health disorders.
Mental Health Counseling
Number of RCs Nationwide
Number of RCs in Washington DC
Number of RCs Nehemiah Project Serves in 2020
What We Do
We help RCs, those in recovery, and military veterans to enjoy more healthy, satisfying lives.
To Know More
Reentering society after a period of incarceration is becoming increasingly challenging. We share the following video to give friends of the organization more perspective on the key challenges faced by RCs.