FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What does it take to get into the program?
To be considered for the program, you must demonstrate a serious intent to return to the community, to secure work, to keep a job, and to not break any laws.
To learn more about the application process, click here.
Are there currently any openings?
The only way to find out is to contact us.
What documents do I need?
You need two types of identification:
a picture ID (We accept Prison IDs)
Your Social Security Card
What can I expect when I get there?
The entry process is lengthy, and might last around eight hours. During this period:
We will interview you to determine whether your viewpoints match those of One Touch Ministry and if the program can help you.
You might meet with current residents.
You will complete necessary paperwork.
We will talk with you to determine your job prospects. For example, what employability skills do you have?
We will determine your immediate physical needs (clothing, for example) and medical needs.
What are living conditions like?
We maintain a laid back, family atmosphere, but this comes with accountability and the expectation that you will abide by all the rules of One Touch Ministry.
Do you accept women?
No, not currently. We are working toward building a referral resource network for housing women.