There will always be poor people in the land. Therefore I command you to be openhanded toward your fellow Israelites who are poor and needy in your land. Deuteronomy 15:5
K W STEPHENS MINISTRIES at a Glance
K W Stephens Ministries is a faith-based 501 ( C ) ( 3 ) nonprofit organization that assists low income families domestic violence, drug abuse, homelessness survivors. K W Stephens helps people who are transitioning from homeless into transitional or permanent housing, or people who have just been released from a prison or shelters and are trying to make their way back into the society . These people have apartments with nothing in them so they need household goods, bedding, furniture and other things to get settled. We believe that No matter what you has done, no matter where we has been, it is never too late to change direction, because GOD ALLOWS U-TURN. Our motto is homelessness does not have a look.
The other services we offer are :
Empowering women and domestic abuse awareness
Assist with clothes, households, beddings for those in transition
Christmas gifts for children
School supplies for kids
Senior support of households, toileteris
Our services are by appointment ONLY please contact us via online form email or call
We offer services to all individuals irrespective of race, color, national ancestry, handicap, age, gender, religious doctrine, economic status, or limited English proficiency. Our desires are to serve the whole person.
U-Turn Family Services
God Allows U-Turns
U-Turn was started by K W Stephens Ministries on the vision that everyone deserves a second chance. This is to include those who struggle with substance abuse and addictions, homelessness and poverty We equip, empower and restore home to socially and economically disadvantaged individuals. We believe God allows u-turns in our lives to reach a higher calling.
Because Senior Means Happier
Ozie Foundation supports and provides personal care items to seniors in the community. This include shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hair , beauty products, blankets, comforters. We also visit nursing homes to cheer our seniors and to check on them. Let us know if you would like to be part of this ministry
Our Mission is to assist families who have gone through domestic violence, homelessness, drug abuse and seniors and are transitioning back to society with tangible goods so that they can get back on their feet. We assist families from all walks of life helping them choose safety over victimization while empowering them. We know the importance to family how much kids are affected by the choices that parents make so we emphasize on child safety. Because we know that grandparents have been forced into parental roles we give seniors the support they need.
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."
- Winston Churchill
How do you become a volunteer?
Volunteers Are The Backbone Of Our Organization. Please click below to and fill our forms and someone will get back with you
A problem shared is a problem halved. The peer support group is meets every month . Contact us for location and time
Would you like to support our efforts?
Caring through Support, faith, and love!
Our volunteers have over 20 years experience on domestic violence. K W Stephens focuses on the family as whole and we support and empower victims and survivors of domestic violence. We help them get resources in the area so that they can find safety and live free of abuse. We also provide support to friends and family members who are concerned about a loved one
Because rural America are often exacerbated by limited access to support services for victims, family connections with people in positions of authority, a lack of acceptance for alternative lifestyles, distance, transportation barriers, the stigma of abuse, lack of available shelters and affordable housing, poverty as a barrier to care, and other challenges. Abuse victims who live in small communities may be well-acquainted with healthcare providers and law enforcement officers. For that reason, they may be reluctant to report abuse, fearing that their concerns will not be taken seriously, their confidentiality will not be maintained, their reputations may be damaged, or that they may incur even more abuse.
If you are in danger please call 911. You can also call the family abuse center 1-800-283-8401 or the National Center Domestic violence hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233
Did you know?
Did you know that up to fifty percent of all homeless women and children in this country are fleeing domestic violence? Our goal is to assist over 500 women and their children every year and make a difference
What We Do
Assist underprivileged with households
We assist homeless with coats
Domestic abuse awareness
We empower women
We support Families
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Thank you for the bedsheets. It was nice to finally have new sheets
Thank you and God bless you for the gloves and the kitchen stuff. I love my griddle in my new place