Dismas Charities Louisville Centers Contribute To Shop With A Cop!

Louisville Director Sarah Weidner-House, representing all of Dismas Charities’ Louisville-area programs, presented Metropolitan Fraternal Order of Police Lodge President Ryan Straw with a $1,000 donation toward their annual Shop with a Cop Christmas program. From left are Probation and Parole Officer Colter Turner, who first broached the subject at a recent Community Relations Board meeting, […]

Dismas Charities Midland Staff Recognize Domestic Violence Victims By Wearing Purple For The Day

In early October Midland staff took a day to honor and recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month by wearing purple. “This is especially important for the population we serve as many of our residents have been victims of abuse,” said Director Amy Vest. Staff members from left are staff members Jennifer Green, Eric Woods, Cynthia Kelley, […]

2018 Kenwood Elementary Santa Photos At Dismas Charities

2018 Dismas Charities Christmas Party Santa Photos

Merry Christmas!

Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. Christmas Day, a public holiday in many of the world’s nations, is celebrated religiously by a majority of Christians, as well as culturally by many non-Christians, […]

Dismas Charities Orlando Staff Participate In Alzheimer’s Walk

Orlando Counselors Luis DeJesus and David Randall attended the Orlando Alzheimer’s Walk at Lake Eola. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Walk is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funding for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Like Us On Facebook!

Dismas Charities Augusta Treated To Free Health Services

For the second consecutive year Christ Community Health Services offered free blood sugar and blood pressure screenings to the residents and staff of the Augusta facility. Christ Community is a local medical provider offering affordable, primary health and dental care to the uninsured and under-served. Seven staff and a like number of residents participated. Above […]

Free After 22 Years, Former Dismas Charities Resident Darryl Davis Hopes Those Behind Bars Can Have A Relationship With Jesus

In 1988, it took a jury of his peers only 30 minutes to find Darryl Davis guilty of Wanton Murder and sentence him to 35 years in prison. Today, after serving two-thirds of that sentence, Davis has completely turned his life around and established the nonprofit organization known as The Prisoner’s Hope, an effort designed […]

Dismas Charities Diersen Residents Help At The Lord’s Kitchen

Three residents from the Diersen Substance Abuse Program (SAP) served dinner and cleaned up afterward at The Lord’s Kitchen, an organization in the shadow of Churchill Downs that has served the needy every day of the year for the past 23 years. Above (from left) are Volunteer Tommy Wheatley, Diersen Clients Kim Skaggs, Rachel King […]

At 4th Saturday Event Dismas Charities Montgomery Residents Volunteer

Seven Montgomery residents volunteered to help during the River City United Methodist Church’s 4th Saturday Community Wide Outreach Event. At the monthly event residents organized a clothes closet and served meals such as Resident Odderrie Reed (in red apron). The event also offers a free breakfast, food stamp enrollment, a food pantry, health care screenings, […]