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Need help? Here at popwe, our goal is to equip you with the support, counsel, prayers, and other tools necessary for a journey of discovery and healing.

Please consider reaching out to any of the organizations listed below, or if you’d like prayer support or additional guidance, please send us a message and we’ll do our best to direct you to local resources that could be of assistance.

Teen Challenge is a Christ-centered, faith-based solution for youth, adults, and families struggling with life-controlling problems. Teen Challenge is dedicated to enabling people to live addiction-free lives. Teen Challenge recognizes that addiction is a serious and overwhelming issue and hopelessness can be debilitating. Abusing substances like meth, heroin, pills and alcohol is like racing down a path to destruction. Teen Challenge, through our Christ-focused approach, offers the time and space for broken people to experience God’s grace.

Click here to read Jordan’s experience in Teen Challenge

One Eighty began out of the testimony of the founder of this organization, Rusty Boruff.  Rusty spent many years as a homeless addict who eventually found himself sitting in Cell 121. A few years later, he and a few of his friends bought a trailer for $500 and began what we now know as, One Eighty. One Eighty prevents crisis, poverty, and addiction before it happens by helping people build a relationship with Jesus Christ and assisting local churches and organizations to connect with their communities.

Click here to read Rusty’s story.

On May 11, 2002, a drunk driver killed Renée Napier’s daughter, Meagan, and Meagan’s friend, Lisa.  The driver, Eric Smallridge, was sentenced to 22 years in prison. In the midst of grieving the loss of her daughter, Renée came to forgive Eric, lead a successful campaign to have his sentence changed to 11 years and, in turn, Eric decided to make something positive out of his tragic mistake. In 2004, Renée began her journey giving DUI presentations at a multitude of venues, including high schools, colleges, military bases, churches, prisons and the NFL. In April 2010, Eric was granted permission to join Renée in her speaking campaign.

Click here to read Renee’s story

Musana Community Development Organization was created when Ugandan and American University students discovered 162 children living at an orphanage in the worst conditions imaginable. In September 2008, Musana Children’s Home was established and moved 80 of the 162 children into a place they could finally call home. They began to receive three meals a day, proper medical care, a good education, and most importantly… love. Musana has also developed various sustainability projects, as well as education initiatives for it’s Ugandan community.

Click here to read our story of one of the founders, Andrea.

Compassion International is the world’s leading authority in holistic child development through sponsorship. Compassion revolutionized the fight against global poverty by working exclusively with the Church to release children from poverty so that they may become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults. It is the only child sponsorship program to be validated through independent, empirical research. Compassion partners with more than 6,900 churches in 26 countries to release over 1.7 million babies, children and young adults from poverty in Jesus’ name.

Focus on the Family is a global Christian ministry dedicated to helping families thrive. This ministry provides help and resources to couples wanting to build healthy marriages that reflect God’s design, as well as help parents who wish to raise their children according to morals and values grounded in biblical principles. Focus on the Family is here to come alongside families with relevance and grace at each stage of their journey. They support families as they seek to teach their children about God and His beautiful design for the family, protect themselves from the harmful influences of culture, and equip themselves to make a greater difference in the lives of those around them.

The Prisoner’s Hope is a Christ-centered ministry reaching out to those incarcerated and their families; serving needs before, during and after incarceration through mentoring and assistance with basic needs to equip for successful re-entry into society.

Ken Petersen, Scott Jacobs and Tom Brady, founders of the successful and fast growing Apricot Lane Boutique franchise, created the ministry 3Strands. 3Strands is a fashion brand created to fund the Agape Training Center (ATC) in Svay Pak, Cambodia. ATC teaches women over 16 years old skills to be empowered in the workplace and allows them to be financially stable after being rescued from human trafficking. At ATC, the women are paid a much higher wage than what is normally found in their country, attend school, and create the 3Strands brand. The 3Strands jewelry symbolizes a cord that is not easily broken and the power of change that comes when people and resources are intertwined together.

MOPS is a place to find friendship, community, resources, and support for you as a woman and mother so you’re not alone. Moms have found community through MOPS for almost 40 years- they are the mothering authority! MOPS stands for “Mothers of Preschoolers”- but don’t let that confuse you. MOPS is about meting the needs of every mom of a child from conception through kindergarten with local groups of moms just like you. Whether you’re urban, suburban, rural, stay-at-home, working, teen, adoptive, special needs, single or married, MOPS is for you!

Mercy Multiplied is a free-of-charge, voluntary, faith-based residential program that serves young women from all socio-economic backgrounds ages 13-28, who face a combination of life-controlling issues such as eating disorders, self harm, drug and alcohol addictions, depression, and unplanned pregnancy. Mercy also serves young women who have been physically and sexually abused, including victims of sex trafficking.

Click here to read Krystal’s experience with Mercy Multiplied

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