Archives for May 2016

Dismas Charities Greensboro Extends A Hand Of Compassion

Greensboro is blessed to have a community agency that provides housing assistance, medical care, daily showers, a location to receive mail, and a cadre of other services to meet the needs of the homeless in the community, reports Dismas Director Dale Cauble. The Interactive Resource Center (IRC) also extends their services to Dismas residents and […]

Memorial Day Blessings

Interdiction Team K-9 Visits Dismas Charities Clarksburg

Members of the Mountaineer Highway Interdiction Team (MHIT) conducted a canine drug search of the Clarksburg facility. Director Kelly Davis said she was proud to report the facility received a clean bill of health. The K-9 pictured here is Quincy, handled by Sgt. Donald Quinn who donates his time for the searches. Like Us On […]

Dismas Charities Savannah Raises Funds For Living Vine

The Dismas Charities Savannah facility held a bake sale and raised over $200 for The Living Vine, a Christian Maternity Home which provides residential care for women in crisis during pregnancy. The Home also provides classes in life skills, parenting, spiritual growth, and homeschooling. Staff provided the baked goods. From left are Resident Monitor Renee […]

Dismas Charities Atlanta Staff Visit Boys And Girls Clubs

The understaffed Boys & Girls Clubs of Atlanta were the beneficiaries of Atlanta staff who recently volunteered to help the children by assisting with homework (displayed by Counselor Larry Boykins), playing games, painting, encouraging learning through trivia and more. The staff of the Club were appreciative of the assistance and encouraged Dismas to come back […]

Chief USPO Visits Dismas Charities Hattiesburg

Chief United States Probation Officer Mark Quarles and his Deputy Chief Lee Grubbs recently visited the Hattiesburg facility for a tour. From left are Hattiesburg Assistant Director Mary Crutchfield, Grubbs, USPO Jason Miller, Quarles, Retired SUSPO and Resident Monitor Lloyd Miller, and Social Services Coordinator Tashara Wilson. Like Us On Facebook!

Dismas Charities St. Ann Clients Take Elder’s Oath

St. Ann Clients Cody Higgins, Jordan Hager, David Wilson, and Donald Ealy take the Elder Oath in front of the entire Substance Abuse Program community. The Elders play a vital role in the Therapeutic Community and are chosen for the position by being productive members of society, following all of society’s rules, and displaying a […]

Dismas Charities Del Rio Joins Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce

The Del Rio facility has been added as the latest member of the Del Rio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Above Director Judith Moreno (left) and Assistant Director Ramiro Ortiz display their membership certificate. Like Us On Facebook!

Dismas Charities Macon Resident Monitor Rescues Dog

Most everyone who has performed a perimeter check will tell you that you never know what you’re going to find. Such was the case recently when Macon Resident Monitor Wendy Jones found Daisy, a lost Labrador Retriever, lying against the side of the building. With identification tags, Jones contacted John Horner, the owner (above). Like […]

Dismas Charities Atlanta Fundraiser Answers Needs Of Michigan Water Issues

Holding a month-long community fundraising effort, the Atlanta facility was able to donated 300 cases of water to citizens of Flint, Michigan who are experiencing a water contamination problem. An Atlanta trucking company also donated four of its trucks for the trip to Flint. Dismas donations came from staff, Community Relations Board members, the Fulton […]