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  1. 1. WHERE BLESSINGS ARE RECEIVED AND BLESSING ARE GIVENTHE CIRCLE OF VISIONKEEPERS IS A RECOVERY AND RE- ENTRY PROGRAMALL SUPPORTIVE SERVICES,CIRCLE OF VISIONKEEPERSTALKING CIRCLE GROUPS AND THEVISIONKEEPERSCLOTHING SHOP WAS THE DREAM,VISION & REALITY OF THE LATEDR. ROBIN, DOC HERMAN AND THE INSPIRATION ANDREALITY OF THEIR PURPOSE CONTINUES WITHPROGRAM DIRECTOR KHADIJAH ALI
  2. 2. Addiction and Crime does not discriminate, it acceptsand destroys, races, genders, finances, children,seniors, people with disabilities, jobs, relationships,your health, your thinking, your goals, it does not carehow you look, Addiction will tell you not to brush yourteeth, take a bath, feed yourself and if the money runsout...guess what addiction will have you abusing andstarving your children and it really does not even matterwhat religion you are, it will destroy anything in ourlives that does not support the criminality of youabusing drugs and alcohol!!! We need to address thisnegative behavior and take back control of our lives, bebetter parents, family members and a better friend toyourself and others. Come and join us so we can explorethese challenges togetherI am speaking my truth!!! We can recover and make healthier decisions forourselves our family and community...
  3. 3. Gender/Male andFemale Healthy People People Succeeding AgeDisabled Stable FamiliesRace Positive Living forReligion our Returning Citizen Sex PopulationSexual Orientation Safe and Supportive The person returning Neighborhoodshome from prison, Economic Self-treatment, homelessSufficiency Jail Individuals who are victims of Abuse
  4. 4. There are seven dynamic domains: Employment & Education This domain looks at the value placed on workand the role of work in the offenders life; it includes education and vocationalskills. Marital & Family Relations This domain looks at the value place in beingwith family members and the support an offender derives from them. Association and Social Interaction This domain looks at the value placedon non-criminal associates and the opportunity for very positive interaction,especially with pro-active and goal-oriented individuals and issues. Substance Abuse This domain looks at the value placed on living withoutthe reliance on alcohol and/or drugs. Community Functioning This domain looks at the value placed on havingthe knowledge and necessary skills for daily living. It includes acceptableresidence, health, personal budgeting, leisure activities, and the use of socialservices. Personal & Emotional Orientation This domain looks at the value placed onbeing in control of ones life. It includes decision-making, coping with stress,and mental health. Attitude This domain looks at the value placed on living in law-abidingways
  5. 5. Faith This transformational domain looks atthe value placed on looking beyondcircumstances and challenges at the moment. Forgiveness This domain looks at the valueplaced on acknowledging and letting go ofresentments and historic pain by untying oneselffrom these experiences. Love This domain looks at the value placedon caring for oneself and others unconditionally. Peace This domain looks at the value placedon being connected to ones past, present, andfuture. Trust This dynamic domain looks at the valueplaced on inner strength.
  6. 6. IN HONOR OF THE LEGACYAND CONTINUAITON OFPROGRAMS STARTED BYTHE LATE DR. ROBIN HERMAN, PHD AUTHOR, PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY AT WRIGHTSTATE UNIVERSITY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTORHANBLEYCEA HOUSE
  7. 7. AuthorDr. Robin Doc Herman Co AuthorsAnthony Villa Sr. andKhalil Osiris
  8. 8. DOC HERMAN WAS AND CONTINUES TO BE ANINSPIRATION FOR WHAT WE ARE EMPOWERED AND CONTINUE TO DO
  9. 9. When we are no longerable to change asituation, we arechallenged to changeourselves. ~ViktorFrankl
  10. 10. Two Trees Inc.Two Trees Inc. is a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization dedicated to communitybuilding and cultural bridging through: cultural exchanges; empowerment events andactivities; and production of multi-media materials. It was also created to carry out thevision of Lakota Rose Madison, a 17-year-old Hunk papa Lakota woman who wasTwo Trees Inc. is amurdered before her vision of creating safe places for at-risk youth and having culturalexchanges could be realized. Two Trees, Inc. promotes models of service andmethodologies of intercultural interaction that engage individuals and communities as501(c)3 charitablepro-active agents in their own healing, especially those involved with youth recovery,wellness, and empowerment. Two Trees is honored to work in partnership withSunWatch for periodic eventsnon-profit organizationdedicated tocommunity buildingand cultural bridgingthrough: culturalexchanges
  11. 11. Socialization,motivation,empowerment,reintegration withself, family andthe community
  12. 12. The CircleVisionkeepers Re-Entryand Recovery supportgroups explore theseMental HealthStandards used topromote and enhancehealthier choices andbehaviors
  13. 13. The Talking Circles
  14. 14. COMMUNITY SERVICE WORKSITE PRE-JOB GUIDANCE SKILLS LIFE COACH BUS TOKENS CLOTHING SHOP GIFT BAG (EMERGENCY TOILETRIES) SMALL APPLICANCES COGNATIVE BEHAVIORAL THE TALKING CIRCLES CIRCLE OF VISIONKEEPERS RECOVERY AND REENTRY GROUPPositive Self TalkResponsibility Own It
  15. 15. Motto:Where blessings are received andblessings are given Goal: To empower the ex-offenders(returning citizens) re-entry experience,empowering the individual enhances ahealthier family unit and promotescommunity well-being. Program: Circle ofVisionKeepers/TwoTreesInc. Is a CertifiedProgram by the Montgomery County Office ofEx-offender Reentry to provide Recovery andReentry Services in the State of Ohio.
  16. 16. Mentoring Services: Share experiences andobservation on how to live a healthier lifeafter treatment and prison Prison Program At Dayton CorrectionalInstitution (DCI): Transitional Journeys forWomen with purpose provides groups andclothing for women to wear home uponrelease from Supportive Services: Bi-weekly Recovery(addiction groups) and Reentry (Socialization& Reintegration groups) for the ReturningCitizens from prison, jail and treatment.
  17. 17. MENTORING/Circle ofSuccess MentoringProgram Circle of VisionKeepers ispartnering with the UnitedStates Federal DistrictCourts and The FederalProbation Department tomentor re-entryparticipants, under thedirection of the HonorableJudge Walter Rice & TheHonorable Sharon L.Ovington
  18. 18. VisionKeepers Clothing Shop Emergency toiletries Food Pantry: non-perishable food givenmonthly (call first to confirm appointment) Emergency bus tokens: For clients seekingemployment and medical appointments.Participant will receive a bus pass whenemployment is secured until they receivetheir first paycheck.
  19. 19. VisionKeepers Clothing shop: The purpose is toprovide emergency clothing to the ex-offenderand the disadvantage from the Dayton,Montgomery County area. We provide services topersons of all faiths as well as Islamic clothing/ Dress for success workshops (scheduled asneeded) Clothing is free any and all financialdonations will go to the Transportation Programfor bus tokens Transactional Journeys for Women with PurposePrison Program: Appropriate clothing forwomen to wear home upon release from prison(DCI)
  20. 20. MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDRENS APPROPIATE CLOTHING FOR JOBCLOTHING, EMERGENCY INTERVIEWSTOILETRIES & SMALL APPLIANCES
  21. 21. Programis designed to provide clothing forwomen being released from Dayton Correctional Institution & Montgomery Education & Pre-Release Center Monthlyreentry and recovery support group w/ women to discuss recovery & reentry concerns.
  22. 22. Kiwanis Club ofDayton Karen Reed on behalfof the Late MajorGary Reed ABLE/LAWO
  23. 23. May 2013 Proceedswill support the 5thReentry In ActionAnnual Memorialand FashionDinner in Honor Makeover &of the Late Fashion Show Dr. Robin DocDate, Place andHerman SundayDetails of EventJune 23, 2013 atto be announced the Native AmericanAnnual Spaghetti Keeping the Dinner
  24. 24. Circle of VisionKeepers/TwoTreesInc. has received local, regional and State level recognition for their reentry programs & mentoring efforts. Among the awards received: Proclamation from Dayton Mayor, Gary D. Leitzell Proclamation of Kettering Mayor, Donald E. Patterson ACT Program Certification of Appreciation Award State of Ohio Letter of Recognition for Outstanding Service Dayton Exchange Club Newsletter about CVK
  25. 25. Circle of visionkeepers shop is open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9am-1 pm Referrals taken daily by phone, staff willreturn call within 24 hours- leave detailedinformation and phone number Participants can pick up clothing andrelated services every Saturday before 12pm Circle of VisionKeeper Talking CirclesRecovery & Re-entry groups are every 2weeks on Saturday at 10 am
  26. 26. Donations of money, clothing and other items are alwayswelcome. Tax Deductible financial donations can be made through Two Trees Inc. or Circle of Visionkeepers programs. You may also contact the Circle of VisionKeepers Programs directly at937-732-4549. You may also visit our web sites at www.circleofvisionkeepers.org www.twotreesinc.org Mail checks to: Circle of VisionKeepers c/o Khadijah Ali 3401 woodman dr. suite 108 Kettering, Ohio 45429 937- 732-4549 937-296-1077 circleofvisionkeepers@yahoo.com
  27. 27. Address: 3401 Woodman dr Suite 10-12 Kettering, Ohio45429 South of Dorothylane and north ofStroop Bus route 12 south 23 south
  28. 28. EverySinner has afuture and every Sainthas a past!!Sista Khadijah Ali