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AWO Report Card – 2004

CCV “A Way Out” (AWO) Program


  • 50 women and children were helped last year.
  • All women in the program attended weekly growth groups using these studies:
      Boundaries
      The Twelve Steps: A Spiritual Journey
      Jesus the One and Only
      Common Sense Parenting
  • Each woman attended weekly counseling with a licensed professional counselor or psychologist.
  • One woman began prerequisite classes at Southwest community College to enter a Radiology Technician Program.
  • One woman will complete her Associate Degree at Southwest this spring and plans to enter nursing school.
  • One woman now holds her first full-time job in years.
  • One woman has been employed with Wal-Mart now for 2 years and honored as Employee of the Month last year..
  • The AWO volunteer mentors were nominated for the Volunteer Center’s 2004 Spirit of Giving Award.
  • Long time volunteer mentor, Kay Montague, won the Hope Christian Community Foundation 2004 Christian Servant Leaders Award.
  • Several of the women in the program and their children were given their first ever birthday party by the AWO volunteers.
  • Medical and dental care was provided for the women and their children.
  • One woman’s teenage daughter is now receiving much needed braces thanks to a ministry partner.
  • The women receive “Santa” gifts to give their children and receive gifts for themselves through our “Christmas Angel” program.
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