Activities at Columbia Street Project
Do you want to become a coach and help prisoners re-enter our communities? Workshops will be held March 23, 30th and April 6th. Contact Bruce at 207-330-1446 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
New program at CSP. Jessica Shaw is a Maine RecoveryCorps coach who has set up an office at CSP. Shaw and other RecoveryCorps coaches work with people who have substance abuse disorders (particularly opioids).
All Recovery Meetings
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2pm.
Contact Jessica 207-479-8019
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Check out the Bangor Daily News article about the program. https://bangordailynews.com/2019/02/05/health/maine-is-forming-a-new-team-of-coaches-for-people-in-recovery/?fbclid=IwAR1gNWiVc5KKfLtVKl5jEFdriziOGvQBoSDxmNvFhv-c1snS-e6DcA864Tw
Columbia Street Project welcome's Maine Prisoner
Re-Entry Network and founder Bruce Noddin to our facilities. Coming in November, is MPRN's program ROSE's ROOM. Rose's Room is a support group for loved ones with friends and family in prison or jail! The Bangor Chapter will be housed at Columbia Street Project, Room 102 and the first meeting is scheduled for Tuesday Nov.20th at 7:00pm. Call Bruce @ (207)330-1446 for more information! Bruce Noddin is a 2018 6 Who Care award winner
Dr. Stan Moody, President of Columbia Street Project (CSP) and Janet Robbins, owner of North Wind Publishing, announced today a partnership to create the publishing arm of CSP, Columbia Street Press. Its first publication was released on Monday, June 12: Wisdom for Our Sons: Straight Talk from a Street Cop. “Author Curtis Ostrander has broken through an invisible shield in American family life with his plea to restore civility by raising our sons to be thoughtful, sensitive and God-fearing”, says Moody. “He has learned through his experience as a career street cop in upstate NY, dealing with juvenile offenders, that the single most crucial factor in the future success or failure of our sons is the impact of a father. This fits right into the mission of CSP, ‘When faith gets down to business’. Church leaders and Christian parents are encouraged to scour this book for a path forward to responsible family life. Columbia Street Project is an outreach ministry of Columbia Street Baptist Church in Bangor, ME with a separate 501(c)(3) status. Its focus has been directed toward helping veterans and reentering prisoners to rise above their circumstances. Proceeds from the sale of this book go to support the mission of CSP and the author's non-profit "Dads for a Day" www.dadsforaday.org. Book may be purchased at www.northwindpublishing.com
Our renovated building at 45 Columbia Street includes a gym on the second floor with basketball court, climbing wall (donated by the Bangor Y) and locker rooms. The first floor is office space available to our partners.