LEFSA gave me my life back. It didn’t just give me my life back, it gave me my family’s life back too. Because when I got better, my family got better also. And not only did my family get better, but my community got a little better.
I dedicate my life to helping others who are caught up in this vicious cycle of poverty and of drug addiction and abuse. And I know that there are other “Jameses” out there who really need help, and I can be an instrument of this help and of this hope and of God’s compassion and love. So, with that, I really thank the Sisters of Charity—if not for their work, I don’t know where I would be.
I am the Operations Manager at LEFSA. I also just became an ordained minister, and this couldn’t have been done without the help and support of this ministry.
James was also featured in an article by The New York Times. Click here to read the story!