We provide services to Alabama's incarcerated women with emphasis on enhancing personal growth and strengthening the bonds between inmate mothers and their children.
About 3,000 children in Alabama have a mother incarcerated. Your donation of time or money to AIM helps support these children and reunite separated families.
- AIM received a $900 grant from the Zonta Club Montgomery to support our Storybook Program. Zonta Club members are very active with the program and help us make it work! Thank you Zontians!
AIM has a medical van sponsored through Health Services that parks outside the facility each month to attend to medical needs for GENESIS House residents, and two other shelters in the area. It is a wonderful addition to our services for the residents! The van comes each third Thursday of the month.
A new Occupational Therapy group kicked off at the Montgomery Women's facility in October 2015 with OT students from Alabama State University and led by their instructor Ms. Jewell Dickson. The class will teach methods of stress reduction and conduct projects that build self-esteem.
Provide emotional interaction between inmate mother and child.
Help the mothers make a successful transition to community life.
Support the children of inmates.
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