The Restored Village

The Restored Village – Programming within this village is uniquely designed to support ex-offenders and reduce recidivism.

Because incarceration plays a substantial role in the lives of Russell families, precluding their ability to move beyond poverty, MOLO’s programmatic focus is to work with youth, men, and women who are either at risk of incarceration or have recently been released.

Formerly incarcerated people have high rates of substance abuse, poverty, and history of trauma. It is crucial for those returning citizens to have a place to safely address addiction issues. MOLO Village currently uses gathering space at St. Peter’s UCC to host these meeting, which is conveniently located near several transitional housing units. The demand for recovery programs continues to skyrocket. This program is one of our key mechanisms for recruitment for our 7 – week life skills program.

Twelve month reentry program with the goal of home ownership.

Recovery Groups

Formerly incarcerated people have high rates of substance abuse, poverty, and history of trauma. It is crucial for those returning citizens to have a place to safely address addiction issues. MOLO Village currently uses gathering space at St. Peter’s UCC to host these meeting, which is conveniently located near several transitional housing units. The demand for recovery programs continues to skyrocket. This program is also one of our key mechanisms for recruitment for our 7-week life skills program.

Currently MOLO host three recovery meetings

    Tuesday 6pm and 8pm

     Saturday 2pm

Informal talks returning to the community