U.S. Attorney Visits Dismas Charities Greensboro Facility

U.S. Attorney Matthew G.T. Martin, who represents the Middle District of North Carolina, toured the Greensboro program in late May and spoke to staff and residents during his visit. Martin, thanked Dismas for its work in re-entry and shared that he believes part of his job is to learn more about re-entry since the majority […]

Dismas Charities Greensboro & Other Agencies Plan Offender Job Fair

The Greensboro program has partnered with the Greensboro Police Department and the Interactive Resource Center (IRC) to produce an Offender Job Fair in late June. Meeting to make the arrangements for the event, to be held at IRC’s offices, are Deputy Police Chief J.E. Hinson, Counselor Elizabeth Gainey, Lieutenant/ Executive Officer to the Chief Calvin […]

Dismas Charities Greensboro Residents Help With Tornado Clean-Up

In mid-April a tornado touched down in Greensboro leaving a path of destruction across eastern parts of the city. As calls for help with the clean-up rang throughout the community, four Dismas residents decided to lend a helping hand. Residents Reginald Edwards (above), Johnathan Catron, James Cuthrell, and Sylvelly Wall ventured into one of the […]

Dismas Charities Greensboro Staff Lead The Way In Cancer Walk

In early November, 15 Greensboro staff and residents, sporting bright pink Team Dismas Charities t-shirts, not only participated in the Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk but lead the entire 400- person entourage through Country Park. Making Strides walks unite communities behind the American Cancer Society’s efforts to save lives from breast cancer. Each walk […]

Dismas Charities Greensboro Begins Culinary Class

A culinary class has begun for the residents of the Greensboro program. Instructor Albert Schmid (left), with Guilford Technical Community College, will be teaching basic cooking skills to attendees. Like Us On Facebook!

Dismas Charities Greensboro Director Attends Reentry Week Discussion With Federal Officials

Greensboro Director Dale Cauble joined representatives from the U.S. Attorney’s offices for the Middle, Eastern and Western districts of North Carolina, the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, U.S. Probation, and the University of North Carolina to discuss what each organization is doing regarding reentry issues. One of the more positive aspects of the discussion […]

Dismas Charities Greensboro Holds Appreciation Brunch

The Greensboro program hosted a Community Partners Appreciation Brunch for agencies which assist residents with employment and job skills training, clothing, medical, housing and other needs. Representatives from the Interactive Resource Center, StepUp Greensboro, and the Welfare Reform Liaison Project received certificates of appreciation for their work with the residents. Above from left are Social […]

BOP Reps Attend Dismas Charities Greensboro Anger Management Graduation

While conducting a Full Monitoring at the Greensboro facility, two Bureau of Prisons officials, Residential Reentry Manager Rosalie Ratledge and Contract Oversight Specialist Gary Moore participated in a graduation program for residents completing Anger Management classes. The residents received certificates and were treated to pizza. The class is taught by Word Processor Theresa Grant. Above […]

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 […]

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