We are grateful to all of those who donated both time and funds in 2020. For those who made monetary donations, we have mailed donor statements. If you did not receive your statement, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive one.
Thank you again for supporting our cause.
WOHAD Board of Directors
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WOHAD is devoted to eliminating homelessness for justice-involved
women by providing transitional housing and programs that build character
to facilitate a successful reentry transition.
WOHAD envisions a country that responds with empathy to challenges
faced by justice-involved women and the barriers that prevent their
successful return to society.
Respect- value the worth of others
Integrity- maintain high moral and ethical standards of conduct
Accountability- assume responsibility for own decisions
Empowerment- encourages self-determination and responsible behavior
Data collected by Texas Criminal Justice Coalition reveals:
- Texas ranks first in women's incarceration
- 12,508 women incarcerated in Texas's state corrections system
- 64% of women in Texas' state corrections are incarcerated for a nonviolent offense, mostly drug possession or delivery
- 81% of women in Texas' state corrections system are mothers
- 26% of women incarcerated in Texas' state corrections system are Black, comprising 6% of Texas' overall population
These stats don't lie.