The Freedom Center of Delphi (http://www.freedomcenterdelphi.org) "The Freedom Center" which is owned and operated by Freedom Mission, Inc. is a center that houses Jacob's ReDesigned and Solomon's Court. Community organizations such as the Gideon's, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, Extension Homemakers, Carroll County Highway Department, Delphi Lion's Club have used Solomon's Court for their meetings, dinners, receptions, and fundraisers. Carroll County Lifeline Connection conducts groups sessions for those with life-controlling problems. Each year a Thanksgiving Dinner is provided for the community free of charge.
Solomon's Court Solomon’s Court provides an ideal setting for most any event. Our facility is perfect for your wedding reception, shower, next family gathering and many other social or community events. Your own caterers are welcome and will enjoy the accessibility of a large kitchen and work space. Periodic fundraisers will be offered to raise funds for non-profit community groups. All profits derived by rentals will be directed to support Freedom Mission’s non-profit purposes. To learn more about renting our facility, visit http://www.freedomcenterdelphi.org/solomons-court.html
Lifeline Connection You may be like many individuals who have tried various methods, or have been ordered to mental health programs, to try to correct these destructive patterns. Have you tried so many times to change and nothing seems to work? We believe the God who created you has the most effective answers for you. He will lead you towards a productive and truly satisfying life. If you agree, we would be honored to work together with you. The group sessions we offer will be led by caring and trustworthy individuals, who will treat you respectfully, yet will lead a no-nonsense approach. Their goal is to guide you in discovering how you can overcome harmful or destructive patterns.
One of the goals of Lifeline is to offer clients a faith-based alternative to the groups mandated by the new concept of drug court. Also, offering help to those who are not able to go to residential rehab, or ready to go, or even needing to go. Many of the inmates being ministered to through corrections ministry, prefer and need encouragement and accountability, but choose not to go into a residential program because of time already served by incarceration, and excess loss of family and work time. Each Lifeline ministry is unique, and adjusts to the uniqueness of their community and regional needs. Contact: Ed & Dian Davis at 765-426-2062 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our Lifeline Connection website at http://www.cclifeline.org
Royal Family Kids RFK feels a profound sense of urgency to reach out to the battered, abused, and neglected children of this country. This organization desires to see every foster child, age 6-12, experience a life changing camp, club, and mentor. They have seen thousands of volunteers and dozens of supporting churches all over America join together for this cause. Delphi First Assembly of God is one of the many churches that has made a commitment to RFK. To learn more about the Royal Family Kids organization, visit their site at http://royalfamilykids.org/
RF KIDS Camp This is a five day, four night camp, designed to meet the unique and overwhelming needs of abused and neglected children. We serve children, ages 6 to 12, from many surrounding counties, who have a history of abuse and neglect, or who reside in foster care. Contact: Mike and Rachel Roberts 765-583-2265 or email at: email@example.com
RF KIDS Mentoring Special bonds are established during the week of Royal Family KIDS Camp. After camp is over, that bond is carried over into a one on one mentoring relationship through our Club & Mentors Program. Participating campers are matched with trained mentors from the Royal Family KIDS Camp team. Mentors and their mentees spend four hours together each month doing fun activities and building healthy adult-to-child relationships. Contact: Travis and Rebecca Crist- 765-242-5277 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
TRAC - Teen Reach Adventure This is a three day weekend single gender adventure for youth residing in foster-care, ages 12-16 years. Youth will experience the outdoors, while learning team work and participating in activities that improve trust, self-value and teamwork. This retreat gives teens the opportunity to work hard and play hard while learning to value themselves and others. Teen Reach provides a safe place for youth with safe people who care about them! This adventure is geared towards the teen's success! Teens will learn how to work with their team on a challenge course. They will go hiking, fishing, try their had at archery and learn about nature in the great outdoors. Teens will be encouraged to reach their own personal goals and set new ones! Teamwork, trust, and self-value are emphasized at every Teen Reach Adventure. At Teen Reach, every youth is given positive affirmation and encouraged to set goals that they can achieve. Contact: Tab and Denise Barnett - 765-201-5135 or email at: email@example.com
We are hoping to get the T.R.A.C.life Mentoring program started as soon as possible.
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