We currently have 2 locations that offer transitional and bridge housing. We use strategies, interventions and motivational interviewing techniques to guide our participants to overcome the barriers that prevent them from remaining housed, out of jail or both. These barriers include but are not limited to substance use and psychiatric symptoms.
Meet The Board
Dr. Leon Jones
Dr. Leon Jones is an ordained minister with a Doctoral Degree in Theology and a Bachelor's Degree in Administration of Criminal Justice & Business Administration from Columbia University. He has over 50 years of experience in senior-level management with the Federal Government and as a Business Owner. He retired after 20 years with the United States Air Force as a Chief Master Sergeant, he retired after 20 years as an Executive Director for the U. S. Department of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). He has proudly been Chairman of the Board of Directors for Heritage Foundation Inc. of Thomasville, Georgia for the past 30 years.
Mother of two, who has a strong background in education working with at risk youth and young adults to whom she provides after-school assistance to reduce harm. She is involved in various sporting events to assist youth development. Crystal also works with adults with disabilities accessing them with activities of Daily Life that promotes independence.
Chief Petty Officer Brandon Pearson is a husband, father and pet parent of two bulldogs, who has served in the United States Navy for over 14 years. He has built relationships with various members of the armed forces and has traveled worldwide to achieve the missions that have been put in front of him.
A graduate of LATTC with a degree in Arts, Tina's expertise is in General Management and Operation Management of Transportation. She has supervised a daily staff of 250 and has maintained the budget, employees schedules, customer and staff issues and other daily operations. Tina is also a member of her church's Finance and youth committee.
Our Mission is to educate the community that we serve
through formalized training, support groups, workshops,
one on one meetings and other methods that are needed for success.