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 Why We're Here...

When women are released from prison, they face overwhelming obstacles. Most have nowhere to go other than a rescue shelter or back into the unhealthy environment from which their path to incarceration began.  Most have no means of financial support; and statistics show that 64 percent have less than a high school diploma*.

No home.  No job.  No friends.  No family to turn to.  And most tragic of all...68 percent end up being arrested again within five years**.


“For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow. But woe to him who is alone and has not another to lift him up!”

Ecclesiastes 4:10

Who We Are...

Prison Aftercare Christian Ministries (PACM) is an inter-denominational, inter-racial organization of men and women, who, motivated by their love of the Lord Jesus Christ and in obedience to His commands, have joined together to connect with the church for the purpose of providing Christian transitional assistance for women.

PACM provides a faith-based program of re-entry designed to assist women coming out of prison through the transition back to society.  Learn more about our team here... fombutton-up


What We Do...

PACM is comprised of the following ministries...


Grace Home - smallGrace Home

Grace Home is a residence for women who wish to pursue a new direction in life based on their Christian faith and to avoid returning to the unhealthy environments of their past.  To find out more, click here... fombutton-up




pacm-logo-smallReEntry / Jobs For Life

ReEntry Life Skills is a faith-based program that serves women who are nearing release from incarceration.  This project is a ministry partnership with Jobs For Life that provides a unique job readiness training and support strategy that empowers students to be successful at work and at life.  For more information, click here... fombutton-up



* - U.S. Dept of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistcs Special Report, Education and Correctional Populations; April 2003

** - U.S. Dept of Justice Special Report, Recidivism of Prisoners Released in 30 States in 2005: Patterns from 2005 to 2010; April 2014