helping disenfranchised & formerly incarcerated women overcoming their addictions

85% of the prison population has an active substance use disorder or were incarcerated for a crime involving drugs or drug use.

We established a structured transitional home for women who are struggling with addictions to overcome their weaknesses and nurture their strengths so that they may become vital members of the community

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How it all began

How our mission to help others began.

How it all began

How our mission to help others began.

How our mission to help others began.

Women Empowerment and Employment

Opening up opportunities for disenfranchised and formerly incarcerated women.

Women Empowerment and Employment

Opening up opportunities for disenfranchised and formerly incarcerated women.

Opening up opportunities for disenfranchised and formerly incarcerated women.

170 women are released from prison daily and told to stay out of trouble
101000 Women in Local Jails
99000 Women in State Prisons
56 out of 100 were serving time in federal prison for drug crimes.

Living Water for Women Blog

See how we are reaching people and helping.

Newsday Faces of Long Island

‘I was concerned about these women. When they were released...

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Stop & Shop Community Bag Program

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