We restore lives through ministry, mentoring and real-world experience.
Broken Chains Ministry (BCM) has been helping people successfully return from incarceration to purpose-driven lives as contributing members of our community for 15 years. Transforming lives, improving public safety, and creating positive community and economic impact is our mission.
Our award-winning workforce development program, the Urbean Cafe, has contributed $3 million dollars*to the local Akron economy since 2011. Our Lydia’s Home recovery program is helping women transform their lives. Our prison ministry is sharing the love of God with the broken.
SAVE THE DATE - 16th MAKING THE DIFFERENCE BANQUET
October 25 @ 6:30
Join us for the 16th annual Making the Difference Banquet. We’ll share:
- Stories of transformation and healing
- Recovery from addiction and incarceration
- More than $4 million in economic impact
- New and growing recovery programs
- Our work with the Opioid Task Force
Our mission is based upon Restorative Justice; a collaborative relationship with the judicial system that improves public safety and saves taxpayer dollars while supporting clients through treatment, workforce development, and restoration to community and family.
Key Elements of Restorative Justice
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*As of July 2018