My name is Joy blessing, I came to Glory House on June 8, 2014. After spending 7 1/2 years in prison, I was very broken. I was also lost. I was paroled to Glory House which opened their arms to me with love respect and support. I have never felt such love. I never had so much support in all my life. This house does not judge who you are or what you’ve done, they only care about what you want to do and who you want to be. I have made lifelong friends, which I’ve never experienced before. I was at Glory House for three years after my graduation because I wasn’t ready to go out into the community and they don’t push you if you’re not ready. They are loving enough to support you. And now I’ve moved on and my life is a whirlwind. But I also still have the love and support from Glory House. I’m still very connected to Jane and Glory House and the women there. I love being able to help and give back what they gave me. Thank you Glory House for helping my life be so much easier and to help me heal and work on myself. Without God and Glory House I couldn’t be the person I am today and I couldn’t be doing what I am doing.