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. This mentorship and fellowship is key to helping women get on the right path.
Did you know?
- 70% of children of incarcerated parents will someday be incarcerated themselves.
- Since 1997, less than 10% of women who have completed the entire Stand in the Gap program have returned to incarceration. (National recidivism rate is 65%)
- Oklahoma incarcerates more women than any other state.
The "Generational Curse" can be broken!
You can make a difference!
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.
Want to learn more? Reach out and we will send you more information about joining a Stand in the Gap Family.