Entrusted Connections Ministry (ECM) routinely ministers at the Prince William County Adult Detention Center (ADC) in Manassas, Virginia to the Women in New Direction (WIND) Program.
While there, offenders often indicate they have no place to go upon release and no support system to help them re-adjust after being incarcerated. God revealed a need within the Prince William County ADC Community, and in December 2018, ECM established a transitional home, The Entrusted Connections Life House (ECLH), in Manassas, Virginia.
ECM has a heart for Ex-Offenders. The ECLH (Entrusted Connections Life House) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing transitional housing in a Christian environment for Ex-Offenders recently released from incarceration. Ex-Offenders can stay in our program for up to two years. Throughout their stay, we provide temporary housing, mentoring, life skills training, counseling, transitional assistance, liaison to substance abuse recovery programs, and volunteer management. We cover the most significant barriers that recently paroled men and women face. We also assist with job placement to ensure each member becomes a productive citizen.
If you share ECM's heart and passion for providing hope and transitional housing support to Ex-Offenders, please consider donating to ECLH. Your donation will go towards rental assistance, food, clothing, and transportation.
Thank you in advance for your support of ECLH, and know that it will make a difference in the lives of the women of ECLH.