Khadijah Ali, CDCA, CVK Program Director
Khadijah Ali, CVK program facilitator and trainer, co-founded the Circle of VisionKeepers with the late, "Doc" Robin Herman, author of, "Hanbleceya: Quest for Vision: The Stage of Belonging", and co-author of, "The Psychology of Incarceration: A Distortion of the State of Belonging".
Khadijah and "Doc" envisioned creating a vital, supportive environment where those who had been incarcerated would have a host of tools available to them to help their transition back into their communities. Their dream has indeed become reality!
CVK's parent organization is Two Trees, Inc, together with CVK, generating the support to create positive change within communities.
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The Circle of VisionKeepers, in affiliation with Two Trees, Inc, is a Certified Program by the Montgomery County Office of Ex-Offender Reentry to provide Recovery and Reentry Services in the State of Ohio. The CVK program goal is to empower the previously incarcerated with their reentry experience, as empowering the individual enhances a healthier family unit and promotes community well-being.
A helping hand and understanding heart can make all the difference in the world for those trying their best to make this important transition. The Circle of VisionKeepers helps generate the support, working to gain the funds and other resources necessary, to help people gain the education, job skills and other assistance that will help ensure a future of better options and more productive choices.
CVK provides bi-weekly Recovery (addiction groups) and Reentry Mentoring (Socialization & Reintegration groups) for the Returning Citizens from prison, jail and treatment. CVK is a vital, bustling organization. From educational opportunities; supportive meetings; job skills assistance; cultural and educational events and so much more, CVK is helping make the Miami Valley a healthier, more harmonious and enlightened place in which to thrive.
Your generous donations keep CVK running- thank you! We appreciate donations of money, barely used clothing for the CVK Clothing Store and other items, and also appreciate volunteers who help make the Circle of VisionKeepers a community success story.
Support for the Returning Citizens
Circle of VisionKeepers is a 501 (c) 3 charitable non-profit organization © Circle of VisionKeepers 2012 3401 Woodman Drive, Suite 12, Kettering, OH 45459 Phone: 937- 296-1077; 937-409-7887