Welcome to Harriet Tubman Safe House Inc.
Please tour our site for help with treatment, spiritual growth, and educational resources mentoring, civil right history and job employment links. We hope that you can contact for more info for out-of-state treatment or recovery support. Harriet Tubman will always be here to support your recovery, job support, and re-entry. Our emergency housing is only or referral from social service, Dept of Corrections, or Victim Services so feel for to donate to help us help your community and loved ones.
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Harriet Tubman Safe House CEO,
Earl W. Woodlen, Jr
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Me Against The World.mp3
For The Love Of Money (2).mp3
My name is Earl Wallace Woodlen, Jr. and this is how it goes down these days from overseas to the good old USA.The type of work we do for the inmates.
These are the kind of guys I like to try and help turn their life around.
It is the mission of the Harriet Tubman Safe House, Inc. to provide temporary housing to ex-offenders and homeless individuals into a safe and positive living environment. With dignity, pride and self-esteem they will re-enter society as viable citizens, having the ability and tools to succeed in life.
We envision state and nationwide programs in assisting those in need. We want to give formerly incarcerated, homeless men the resources and opportunities to better themselves. Our goal is to teach them to take personal responsibility for their families, for society, and more importantly, for themselves. We will provide a safe haven and a place of refuge to meet the needs of all our clients. We also strongly envision a program where the human rights of our clients and victims are honored, taxpayers concerns are respected, and the spiraling coasts of ineffective incarcerations are reduced. Putting a man in treatment will save $25,000 a year for each man instead of housing him in prison. It will reduce the recidivism rate by providing the needed tools for successful re-entry into society.
Description of services we offer
The Harriet Tubman Safe House, Inc. will provide the necessary referrals, counseling and resources which include but are not limited to the following:
Emergency Housing (limited to a 30 day stay)
Mentorship for Recidivist
Community Service i.e..snow removal, yard work and community clean-up Community Social Services i.e.
referrals for food, clothes and other needed services
Correspondence with inmates in the USA & Africa
Faith Based Services i.e. attend weekly church services and Bible Study
Counseling and Restoration
Go quickly into the streets and lanes of the city, and bring in the poor, and maimed and the halt, and the blind.
Luke - 14:21
Earl right after the Praying was completed.
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