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SITGM recruits and trains a small group of volunteers to come around a woman who is actively pursuing a healthy life after coming out of a hard place or incarceration. Women in Transition volunteers commit to meet in their small group at least twice a month, for a minimum of one year. A Stand in the Gap small group walks with a woman through her transition process, offering encouragement, mentoring, and most importantly, providing prayer support.

Oklahoma incarcerates more women, per capita, than any other state in the United States.
More than 60% of those women have children under the age of 18.
2 out of 3 released prisoners are rearrested within 3 years.
Results with Stand in the Gap Women in Transition ...

90% of women who completed the entire Women in Transition program have NOT been rearrested.  150 children were reunited with their mothers.  If those children where in foster care instead, they would cost the state more than 1 million dollars each year.

Help a Women in Transition break her generational curse.

Incarceration is a family cycle.  Connie marks a NEW chapter in her family’s story. She is sober, employed, and in safe relationships.  As a healthy example to her 11 grandchildren, this generational curse stops here.

Take a moment to watch Connie’s Women in Transition video and see how mentors make a difference.

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