Jireh Shalom Foundation seeks to remove barriers and create more opportunities for traumatized children and families.
A Call To Fathering
Child Welfare 101 Academics
Jireh-Shalom creates a community for those who have lost loved ones to, or have survived, violence committed by youth.
Introduction to an immersion and into an understanding of a new reality through self discovery. It will profess renewal and transformation on how to rebuild broken lives.
Young males are in need of fathering. A form of civic conversation on Abandonment and Gang Violence.
This course was developed to educate parent/s who have current and/or prior child welfare involvement with the skills needed to successfully navigate the child welfare system while becoming effective parent advocates. Also, the course is designed to empower and educate parents on their rights and responsibilities within the child welfare system and shows them how to engage in health advocacy and engage in community leadership opportunities. The ultimate goal is to provide the parent/s with the community support and parenting skills needed to demonstrate their ability to provide a safe, healthy, and loving environment for their children without future child welfare court involvement .
Genesis The Bullet Was Meant For Me D.C. Sniper Story Untold
Far from the flashing lights of media attention surrounding the D.C. Snipers is a story of domestic violence and abuse that erupted in the small town of Tacoma, Washington before spreading across the country in murderous fashion to our nation's capital. In October 2002, the people who lived in and around Washington D.C. feared for their lives every time they left home. This is a true story of where the killing spree of the D.C. Snipers began. John Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo murdered 21 year old Keenya Cook in Tacoma February 16, 2002. Author Isa Farrington-Nichols found herself very close to these dangerous murderers. The first sniper bullet was meant for her. The book details the personal relationship she had with both John Muhamad and his wife Mildred Muhammad, who Isa helped to regain custody of her abducted children and escape from Muhammad's abuse.