A big surprise today for client, Sean Madrid, from his Mom and Step-Dad. They are visiting from Northern California and have not seen Sean for six months. Mom said her son looked ‘soooo’ good❣️ Sean cried ‘tears of joy’ and his visit with his mom was joyous and healing for them both. There’s nothing like
Happy Thanksgivings from our house to yours. What a scrumptious meal clients Mike Cook and Keith Williams prepared for our DAP family. We were only allowed to bring our appetites This was the first sober holiday for a while that several of the men experienced. They are learning the importance of spending quality time with
Three years ago, Danica Antoine, a Social Work student, read Cliff’s book, DeathDance, and invited him to give his testimony and introduce the book to the class. We built a relationship with the students. Today we offer an annual $2,000 Tuition Scholarship for the best essay written about DeathDance. This year’s recipient is Sarah Valcourt,
During the October Red Ribbon Week, Loma Linda Academy Students have donated food to the DAP clients for over 20 years. Lynne Haddendorf, Counselor, has spearheaded this food drive and the truck load of staple foods helps tremendously with our grocery bill. What a blessing! DAP gives the class that collects the most food free
We’re here in California enjoying time with our ‘sons.’ We worshipped together at Campus Hill Church. The Saturday night concert was cancelled so we stopped at Thrifty’s for ice cream cones. We are all blessed and highly favored of God🕺.
Our guest speaker for Friday Night Vespers was Sam Anjejo, Accountant at ACTS (Adventist Community Team Services) in Loma Linda, CA. As an act of kindness, DAP beautifies their lawn each week. Sam’s humility and kindness shown to the lawn crew inspired Supervisor, Robert Hassler, to invite him to speak to the men. Sam shared
Family Member, Thanksgiving is a time of joyful celebration, yet also a time of reflection on the blessings each of you have received. While making your holiday plans and reflecting on all the things you have to be thankful for, it’s also a time to think about those who are less fortunate. Those who we