Helps Resource Center Is Now Listed as a Mentor for Those Being Released from Prison in Need of Vital Services
Idaho Bureau of Prisons Has Listed H.E.L.P.S. As a Mentor Resource on The IDOC Official Website!
By: HELPS Resource Center
HELPS Resource Center, Inc. directory is a localized online resource which connects disadvantaged or disenfranchised people with individuals and organizations who offer support, assistance, guidance, counseling and help.
Director Larry Hunter, in a recent radio interview said; HELPS Resource Center, Inc. wants to "empower" its service users to make lasting changes in their lives by helping them take control of their day to day life and the problems they encounter."
He added; "that the faith based, nonprofit organization have developed a range of programs and information resources designed to meet the basic needs of individuals and families within their local community in need of help".
HELPS Resource Center was founded by a diverse mix of people, the organization holds its Christian faith at the heart of everything it does. "The primary role of the organization is to devote our time, faith and resources to transforming lives and giving people the confidence and ability to make a positive lasting impact on themselves and their community" said Larry. HELPS has already helped over 5000 people with just one site in Boise, Idaho –Our goal is to roll out their online resource center sites in 400 cities throughout the USA.
Larry explained: "Our directories website has been designed so that it can be replicated in any city or geographical areas to include all the resources in that area to make it easy for anybody needing help to find it in one place.
"Each of the resources and services on the list are also connected to Google Maps for easy access. Our goal is to find an organization or ministry in each city or geographical location that can assist in fulfilling the "on the ground aspects" of their local website." Visit http://www.helpsresourcecenter.com/
Larry Hunter, Director
Page Updated Last on: Oct 10, 2017