Dr Michael Carter Sr Founder & National President of Black Wall Street USA appointed Councilman Sam Pendleton Jr of Alabama as National Chief Operating Officer of Black Wall Street USA Inmate Reentry & Recovery for 2021 thru 2022
Elder Willie Simpson Founder & Executive Director of Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc. and the Board of Directors appointed Councilman Sam Pendleton Jr as Board Chairman for 2021 thru2022
Mr. Sam Pendleton Jr is a native of Bessemer Alabama the son of the late Sam Pendleton Sr and the late Corine Levins Pendleton. He is a 1965 Graduate and moved to Florence Alabama in 1965 as a teacher.
He is now a retired Science Educator of 32 years from the Colbert County School System where he taught Physics, Chemistry & Physical Science. He has also completed further studies at Vanderbilt University, University of Alabama & the University of North Alabama.
He has received many educational & community service awards.The Tophatters, Inc. Outstanding Service Award: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Certificate of Appreciation for Community Service; Alpha Phi Alpha; Fraternity, Inc Meritorious Service Award in the Field of Human Relations; Tri County Branch NAACP Dedicated Service Award; the Anniston - Calhoun County Branch NAACP Freedom Fund Award; Twenty Distinguished Men of the Shoals; Challenge Speaker Award; and The Shoals Diversity Council of Lauderdale & Colbert Counties Service Award.
He has been a member of the NAACP since 1972. In 1980 he was elected President of the Tri County Branch NAACP and served 28 years as President, He has also served in several positions with the State and National Offices of the NAACP.
In August 1992 he was elected to the Florence City Council where he served for five consecutive terms. In August 1996 he served as Chairman of the Finance Committee (All city department).He is a deacon at the Revival Center Church of God in Christ and married to the beautiful Delois Blackburn Pendleton of Florence, Alabama and they have two sons, Cedric Maurice Pendleton and Demetrius Dion Pendleton.
All donations are tax deductible
Spirit of Fear & Reverence of God
Every year, approximately 700,000 men and women are released from U.S. Prisons. That's the equivalent of about 2,000 ex-prisoners a day returning to communities across the country.
Going home after being in prison is a very challenging transition for most newly-released prisoners, as well as their families and communities. Recidivism studies show that without intervention, two-thirds of those released will return to prison within three years. Prisoners often go back to prison not because they commit a crime, but because they violate parole.
Recidivism is frequently related to medical issues and/or substance abuse. For example, a person may be diagnosed with a medical or psychiatric problem and given medication while in prison. But when released, that medical or psychiatric care is discontinued. Many resort to using alcohol or other drugs to self-medicate, thereby violating their terms of parole and eventually being rearrested.
To break this cycle, an effective reentry "Task Force" ministry must consider the needs in all areas of the returning citizen's life:
Finding employment goes beyond securing necessary income it also better prepares former offenders to fulfill mainstream roles by providing structure, responsibility, and an opportunity to build one's character and reduce recidivism.
Our next Stabilization Aftercare Conference for Prison Aftercare Programs & Services from across the country that offer assistance to Ex-offenders and their family members
City: Florence, Alabama
Florence Mayor: Honorable Steven Holt
Date: Cancelled at this time due to the Coronavirus
Host: Shoals Chamber of Commerce / 20 Hightower Place Florence, AL 35630
Limited Space Available / Registration Required
To register please contact National Chaplain Robert McCarther @ 256-443-7174 or email@example.com
Dr. Michael Carter Sr
Founder / President Black Wall Street USA
Elder Willie Simpson
National Director Black Wall Street USA Inmate Reentry & Recovery Dept
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals of assisting ex-offenders as they return to society after completing their prison sentence. Your generous donation will help fund our mission. Thank you and may God bless you!
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All donations are tax deductible
The Board of Directors of the Help Center Florence, Alabama appointed Elder Willie Simpson as 2020 Chaplain of the Help Center a Public Service Charity!!!
Available appointment dates for individual sessions
Important Note: All sessions cancelled due to the coronavirus!!!
Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc & Black Wall Street USA. Inmate Reentry & Recovery Department has partnered with the Southern Poverty Law Center to assist Offenders & Ex-Offenders in the Restoration of their Right to Vote....... Attn: John Paul Taylor 334-235-6789 firstname.lastname@example.org
These are the most common needs of a newly-released person returning to your community.
* Safe Housing
* Adequate Food
* Clothing & Personal Care Items
* A Church Home
* Emotional / Spiritual Support
* Proper Identification
* Access To A Phone
* Alcohol Treatment
* Substance Abuse Treatment
* Life-Skill Training & Preparation
* Income To Cover Ongoing Expenses
* Education and/or Vocational Training
* Spiritual Guidance / Support
* Professional Services Counselor
* Counseling Family / Marital
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
2303 Camden Cove West Muscle Shoal, AL 35661
We are blessed to announce our Memorandum of Understanding with the Salvation Army Alabama to offer our 48 Week / 8 Week Stabilization Aftercare Classes!
Elder Willie Simpson Founder & Executive Director