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Alpha & Omega Freedom Ministries, Inc, wauchula, Florida

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Address: 113 N 7th avenue
wauchula, Florida  33873  
United States
Fax: 8637735924
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 16
EIN: 59-2735813
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Mission Statement


Our Mission is to provide food, comfort, safety, shelter,counseling and support for those in our community who are experiencing short-term or even long-term adversity, as well as advocating for their needs and rights, and providing for social services. In addition, we are committed to educating the communities we support, and resourcing with community partners to initiate, contribute and facilitate personal and social change in the population we serve. We achieve our mission through the generosity of others.

Description


AOFM, INC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We work with domestic violence victims and homeless women and children. We start at Hannah's House, a 5 bedroom ranch home which sleeps up to 17. When the women come to us, they are generally emotionally unstable, no income, no jobs and some with very limited education. We help them stabilize in Hannah's House and when they are ready--with a new job, they may move to Hannah's House Complex to further their education, job skills and budgeting skills. If they need further counseling, which many do, it continues at the apartment complex. This allows the women in our care to financially get back on their feet prior to leaving our complex. Many have received CNA , completed GED program, got jobs and found an apartment in the community that they can make it on their own. We do this through Anger management, domestic violence victim's counseling, substance abuse counseling, improving their self esteem,parenting, educational and vocational counseling and on-the-job training. We also offer budgeting and nutritional classes. We also work with the community to provide parenting, anger management and domestic violence classes for the abuser as well as those court ordered or referred to us by Department of Children and Families.

AOFM, INC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We work with domestic violence victims and homeless women and children. We start at Hannah's House, a 5 bedroom ranch home which sleeps up to 17. When the women come to us, they are generally emotionally unstable, no income, no jobs and some with very limited education. We help them stabilize in Hannah's House and when they are ready--with a new job, they may move to Hannah's House Complex to further their education, job skills and budgeting skills. If they need further counseling, which many do, it continues at the apartment complex. This allows the women in our care to financially get back on their feet prior to leaving our complex. Many have received CNA , completed GED program, got jobs and found an apartment in the community that they can make it on their own. We do this through Anger management, domestic violence victim's counseling, substance abuse counseling, improving their self esteem,parenting, educational and vocational counseling and on-the-job training. We also offer budgeting and nutritional classes. We also work with the community to provide parenting, anger management and domestic violence classes for the abuser as well as those court ordered or referred to us by Department of Children and Families.

Mission Statement: Our Mission is to provide food, comfort, safety, shelter,counseling and support for those in our community who are experiencing short-term or even long-term adversity, as well as advocating for their needs and rights, and providing for social services. In addition, we are committed to educating the communities we support, and resourcing with community partners to initiate, contribute and facilitate personal and social change in the population we serve. We achieve our mission through the generosity of others.

Organizational Statement of Faith


Our Vision is to advance personal recovery and resiliency, and to promote emotionally strong and economically sound, self-reliant individuals and families. We do this through Christian based teachings and Christian counselors. We believe in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit to guide us in our quest to make a difference in our community.


Denominational Affiliations


Protestant


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Other


Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes