Sister of Support House (S.O.S)
The Sisters of Support program is a vital part of Talk2mefoundation, focusing on providing a safe and supportive environment for women who have been formerly incarcerated, homeless veterans, and domestic violence survivors. Our mission is to help these women break free from the cycle of incarceration and empower them to create a new, independent, and successful life. At the Sisters of Support, we understand the unique challenges faced by women who have been incarcerated or experienced domestic violence. We provide a safe house where these
women can find shelter, support, and a community of like-minded individuals who understand their struggles.
Our program offers mentorship, job readiness training, and guidance to help these women develop the skills and confidence they need to reintegrate into society. We believe that every woman deserves a chance to thrive and feel whole again, regardless of their past circumstances.
Through our mentorship program, we connect women with experienced mentors who can provide guidance and support as they navigate their new lives. Our mentors are a source of motivation, inspiration, and encouragement, helping these women overcome obstacles and achieve their goals.
Job readiness training is a crucial component of our program. We provide vocational skills training, resume building, interview preparation, and job placement assistance to ensure that these women have the tools they need to secure employment and become financially independent.
Additionally, we offer counseling services to address any emotional or psychological trauma these women may have experienced. We believe in the power of healing and strive to provide a holistic approach to their recovery.
Our ultimate goal is to help these women create a new pathway to life after prison, where they can thrive and feel a sense of purpose and fulfillment. By breaking the cycle of incarceration, we believe that we can positively impact not only the lives of these women but also the lives of their children and future generations.
The Sisters of Support program is committed to providing a supportive community, resources, and tools for these women to rebuild their lives with dignity and pride. Through our efforts, we aim to empower them to become strong, independent individuals who can contribute positively to society.
Together, we can break the generational cycle of incarceration and support children of iincarcerated parents and caregivers, creating a brighter future for all.
"We believe that every woman has the power to define her own future and change the world."
Together we can create a safer environment and break generational curses .
Women, cis or trans-female-identifying
Must be formally convicted
Over the age of 18 years.
No drug or alcohol use is permitted.
If you identify as a recovering addict, you must be participating in a recovery program and take ownership of your recovery.
Family reunification is support and children may visit for a limited period of time.
Children cannot reside in the home. Visitation with one's family is scheduled.
Home Base is not intended for short-term or emergency housing. Housing for up to 2 years
Will not discriminate based on crime of conviction.
Participants must participate in PACE Indy’s Career Development Program and other program supports as communicated
Expected to contribute to household expenses and rent
Applicants will be interviewed.