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The F.A.C.E. (Freedom Advocates Celebrating Ex-Offenders), is 501c3 Nonprofit Re-entry Organization. Our Mission is to provide top-notch community support services to individuals who are in need of guidance. We strive to create an inclusive and supportive environment for all our clients well-being.
Our Team is a group of trained individuals from all walks of life. We offer hope to our clients for becoming self- sustainable while preparing them for a better future. Our Team is experienced and compassionate professionals who are dedicated to helping our clients. We take pride in the quality of care we provide and are committed to making a positive impact in our community and betterment to those we serve.
We offer a wide range of community support services to Youth, Adults, Ex-Offenders, Returning Citizens and those who are seeking linkage to care such as the following:
Our goal is to help our clients achieve their full potential and live fulfilling lives.
We partnered with the Maryland Food Bank to provide FREE Food Distributions of non-perishable items on every second Tuesday of each month and delivered at the Harvey Johnson Towers, located on 1510 W. Mosher Street. Baltimore, MD. 21217, starting at 12:00 Noon - until all food items are completely gone. Click on the Learn More Button below for more information and/or contact us directly about how to become involved. Volunteers Are Needed.
Our team is made up of compassionate and dedicated individuals who are committed to helping those in our community. We have a diverse group of professionals who bring a variety of skills and experiences to our organization.
Revitalizing Communities: The Transforming Power of Changing Lives
In the heart of every thriving community lies the dynamic presence of the needs for reliable resources for Previously Incarcerated Individuals. Far from being just commercial entities, these businesses are vital cogs in the machinery of local economies, serving as beacons of growth, innovation, and social harmony. They are not merely shops and services; they are the keystones of community vitality, offering pathways to prosperity, inclusively and environmental stewardship. F.A.C.E. Organization offers this information about the importance of rehabilitation.
Previously Incarcerated Individuals are integral to reducing unemployment and fostering economic stability. By creating local job opportunities, they offer residents, including those reentering society post-incarceration, the chance to work close to home, reducing commute times and stress. This local employment not only bolsters economic health but also strengthens community bonds, as employees often live in the area they serve.
For aspiring Returning Citizens, embarking on the journey of reforming their lives is a strategic and beneficial step. This decision to establish a limited liability organization such as Face, Inc. brings with it a host of advantages, such as personal asset lived experiences, peer support driven benefits, minimal chances of returning back to jail/prison, and increased flexibility in operation. Choosing this business structure not only enhances success but also lays the groundwork for a professional and credible presence in the community.
Face Inc, is a reliable supportive services provider, designed to help reduce the recidivism rate of Returning Citizens and enhance their growth and development. We thrive significantly on impacting the lives of those Individuals who we serve, their family and the local environments. Face Inc, is also proud to announce the partnership with: www.CharmCityCommunityCare.org as our go-to model within the Baltimore area, CARF Certified to engage and empowering the betterment of those willing program participants for their continuity of care. Providing this "Team Approach Strategy" not only aids with health and wellness for Returning Citizens but also fosters a more engaged and active community.
The tax revenue generated by small businesses is vital for local services and infrastructure. These contributions fund public amenities, from parks to libraries, enhancing the quality of life for residents. By supporting local economies, small businesses help build thriving, well-resourced communities.
Small businesses are often the birthplace of innovation. By encouraging creativity and entrepreneurship, they become incubators for new ideas, which can address various community health challenges. This spirit of innovation enriches the community, offering fresh perspectives and solutions to local issues.
Many small businesses actively support local nonprofits such as F.A.C.E. Organization, addressing community needs and promoting a culture of giving back. Through charitable activities, these enterprises demonstrate a deep connection to their community, inspiring others to join in these efforts. This commitment to charity not only helps meet immediate needs but also fosters a long-term environment of mutual support and resilience, proving essential for robust community development.
The circulation of money within the local economy is another crucial aspect. When consumers spend at local businesses, their money stays within the community, strengthening the local economy and providing resources for community development. This economic circulation ensures a robust and self-sustaining community. Furthermore, it creates a positive feedback loop, where local prosperity fuels further growth and opportunities, enhancing the overall economic health of the area.
Small businesses also contribute to lower unemployment rates, ensuring more community members have access to meaningful employment opportunities. This is particularly impactful for individuals coming out of incarceration, as steady employment is a key factor in successful reintegration and reducing recidivism. In providing these opportunities, small businesses not only aid in the economic recovery of individuals but also play a crucial role in building a more inclusive and diverse workforce, which enriches the community as a whole.
In the tapestry of community life, small businesses are indispensable threads, weaving together economic vitality and social well-being. They stand not just as centers of commerce, but as pillars of community strength and resilience. By harnessing the potential of small businesses, communities can chart a course towards a more prosperous, integrated, and sustainable future, where every individual has the opportunity to flourish.
Please view at your own distressing is advised, and real Life Spoken Testimony. This video was created to install hope into the Youths and Adults in need of our support and being challenged daily with staying on a straight and narrow path.