To help current and former offenders embrace the freedom of real and lasting life change by addressing the needs of the whole person through the liberating power of Christ's love.
To provide assistance to all limited resource and financially distressed farmers and landowners who face legal issues regarding the use and the retention of their homes and land.
To provide children with quality legal advocacy focusing on domestic violence issues, high conflict custody cases and ensuring access to education.
The Center’s primary mission is to identify, investigate and advance credible claims of innocence, obtaining justice for people imprisoned for crimes they did not commit, for the victims of those crimes, and for the actual perpetrators. Our secondary mission is to educate policymakers, the public, and legal and law enforcement communities about the factors that contribute to wrongful conviction, as well as emerging solutions which can increase the reliability of convictions.
To support the development of safe, stable, nurturing relationships for children in their families and communities to prevent child abuse and neglect.
To provide free, confidential mediation to the community.
To build bridges of hope for women in prison before and after release-- through chaplaincy services, transition education, reentry support and the life skills, emotional literacy, job training and mentoring necessary for productive reentry into society.
To provide services and advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assult.
We collaborate with community partners to respond to and prevent child abuse.