AWO Report Card – 2004
Fri, Dec 31 2004 06:11 PM
CCV “A Way Out” (AWO) Program50 women and children were helped last year.
All women in the program attended weekly growth groups using these studies:
BoundariesEach woman attended weekly counseling with a licensed professional counselor or psychologist.
The Twelve Steps: A Spiritual Journey
Jesus the One and Only
Common Sense Parenting
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.