Updated: Jun 20
Recently I had the privilege of interviewing a client of Life Community Services Society. This charity helps children and youths from ages 7 to 19, who have at least one parent presently or formerly incarcerated, to overcome their circumstances. Through home visits, mentoring sessions and workshops that focus on character, values, social-emotional support and life skills, the charity hopes to reduce the possibility of juvenile delinquency, drug abuse, school drop-out rates and issues relating to poor mental health.
Mark's story, like Sam's in the video above, sadly, is too common. Thankful that there are organisations looking into this. For more information on the work they do, read the article here: