Three churches in Claremore, Oklahoma have teamed up to host a Bridges Out Of Poverty program called Getting Ahead in a Just Getting By World. The program will be held once a week for 16 weeks, and its fifteen slots are filled by people living in poverty and ready to commit to change. “We investigate what kinds of resources a person needs to achieve a stable life; resources such as mental, support systems, education, physical, spiritual, emotional, relationships/role models, financial and knowledge of hidden rules,’ said Diane Frost, a leader and initiator of the Claremore program
Bridges Out Of Poverty Program at Oklahoma Churches
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