Our mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals released from prison by providing resources such as shelter, job assistance, group mentoring programs, and other assets needed for self-sufficient, independent living.
Our vision is to assist in the reintegration of former prisoners into the community and improve emotional and physical health through addressing the educational, employment, healthcare, housing, and family relationship needs of former inmates, their families and the community.
The organization has a mission and vision to improve the quality of individuals released from jail. We plan ahead before they leave prison to find what their needs are.
We find resources that will help them transition into the Community, without redvisim back to jail. We partner with Employers that will not judge or look at their Background. Housing we also Partner with Shelter homes, transaction homes. With high discrimination on housing ex-offenders, we try as much as we can to get them into where they will be accepted. Education, we partner with Schools, and find them where to finish their GED (if they have not done that). Mentoring through family members, and Community. We help to find Rehab if needed.
A clear plan gives an ex-offender time to settle into life outside prison. Churches NGOs, government agencies to help with their needs
Felicia Amanambu the founder of Georgia Restorative Pathways. An organization that focuses on helping reestablish ex-offenders who are making their way back into the Community. We are focusing on helping them with resources such as Shelter, job assistant, group mentoring programs, education, and other assets needed for self -sufficient, and independent living. Felicia previously founded Keneolisa Charities, a nonprofit that helps homelessness. Her effort with Keneolisa’ s project spam internationally to Nigeria, Gambia, and Ghana helping underprivileged children with education, and supplying medication to hospitals, and organizing Medical mission
Felicia was the Manager for the Homeless unit in London England. Felicia was among the Officers that help reduce Homelessness in the Borough of Brent, helping young teenagers go back to school
Her current focuses are to help reduce homelessness among families especially Children, and to help ex offenders get back into the Community. Self-sufficient, and prevent recidivism in the Community.
Felicia has worked Internationally helping unprivileged families especially Children. She has helped, and still helps Children education, because children are the future of any Country Nigeria, Gambia.
Felicia is a member of Human Rights in Nigeria, encouraging the fair treatment of all Citizens.
Felicia had a degree in London England, where she grew up. She also had another degree in Human Services and Administration in university Of North Georgia.
She is Pursuing her Masters of Science in International Policy Management(MSIPM)
Carly Redding is the Director of Academic Engagement and an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Human Services at the University of North Georgia (UNG), where she also serves as Coordinator for the Department. Her current research focuses on community development and using evidence-based resources, tools, and ideas to inform actions that strengthen asset-building for practitioners and policymakers to mobilize support in needed communities. Dr Redding has worked with numerous non-profit organizations helping to build the capacity of volunteers and trustees to lead and support their organizations, develop programs, and raise funds. She received her B.S. and M.S. in Experimental Psychology from Georgia College and State University. She earned an M.S. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. In addition, Dr. Redding holds a certificate in Women’s Leadership and Community Development from the Coady Institute.
Michallene McDaniel, Ph.D. is a Professor of Sociology & Human Services at the University of North Georgia. A native to Florida, she received her Associalte's degree in Communications from Florida State University, and her BA in Sociology from the University of North Florida. She moved to Northeast Georgia for graduate school and completed a MA and PhD in Sociology at the University of GA. She also completed an undrgraduate minor and a graduate certificate in gender studies.
Dr. McDaniel teaches a variety of courses, including Sociology of Family Violence, Sociology of Gender, Sociology of religion, Sociology of HIV/AIDS, and the Diversity & Social Justice course for the Human Services Delivery & Administration program within the department. She has served as a president of the Georgia Sociological Association, and currently serves as that organization's Financial Officer. She served as a member of the Board of Directors of Rape Response, Inc. for several years. She was a founding board member of Acceptance Recovery center, a residential recovery facility in Athens, GA. She is currently on the Board of Wildflower Organization, a non-profit that is concerned with providing support for women. She was named one of the "Best 300 Professors" in the United States by Princeton Review in 2012, and has earned several other teaching awards. She resides in Winder, GA with her family.
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