Faith Based Organizations

ALL FOLLOWING PROGRAMS ARE LOCATED IN MASSACHUSETTS

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Place of Promise
Place of Promise is a Christian non-profit organization that provides Christ-centered programming for men, women, and children to rebuild their broken lives: physically, emotionally, relationally, and spiritually.
  • P.O. Box 1132
  • Lowell, MA 01853
  • Office: (978) 452-7217
  • Fax: (978) 454-3074

Place of Promise is a Christian non-profit organization that provides Christ-centered programming for men, women, and children to rebuild their broken lives: physically, emotionally, relationally, and spiritually.


Surviving Outside (S.o.S) Program (BPRRS Community Partner)

Surviving Outside (SOS) is a Christian based program that offers spiritual support to men previously incarcerated.  We meet weekly on Monday nights at 7:30pm on Zoom.

  • We start with check-in’s on how our week went.
  • We have an accountability round,
  • Topic discussion.
  • To end the night we pray for each other
  • Announcements about up coming events.

To learn more about Surviving Outside or to join the program, please contact Matteo at fgbmfa.matteo@gmail.com 


The Lionheart Foundation

The Lionheart Foundation, established in 1992, is a 501©[3] nonprofit organization committed to creating high impact, evidence based programming that empowers incarcerated adults, at risk youth, adolescent parents, and direct care staff. Since 1995, Lionheart has donated over 140,000 of our resources to those who otherwise would not have had access.

At the core of everything we do is the belief that all human life has value, inherent worth, dignity, and resiliency. Complex trauma, such as abuse, neglect, interpersonal violence, structural racism/oppression, and challenging family patterns can disrupt the formation of a sense of self and a belief that one’s life has value.

Through teaching social and emotional skills, we help system impacted adults and youth rediscover their intrinsic worth, build the capacity for self regulation, and develop the tools needed to build peaceful and productive lives.

PO Box 327, Dedham, MA 02027
781-444-6667
✉︎ questions@lionheart.org

updated 9/7/2023