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Appalachian Pagan Ministry is here to serve the needs of our pagan and secular community. Our ministers are ordained and licensed in several states.
Our ministers are also available to provide spiritual guidance, facilitate and lead various rituals, naming rites, etc...as well as perform funerary services.
The factors that inﬂuence a person’s criminal behavior—including characteristics and circumstances such as thinking patterns, substance addictions, or peer groups—also inﬂuence their likelihood of re-oﬀending and determine their reentry needs. Focusing correctional and reentry programming and practices on these needs can help build a road map for creating individualized case plans and identifying interventions that will be the most eﬀective in reducing recidivism.
Appalachian Pagan Ministry is proud to be a member of the Athens County Reentry Task Force and working with the Ohio Reentry Commission.
Appalachian Pagan Ministry strongly supports and advocates for all those in the recovery community, as well as those still in active addiction. Rev Donna lost her son, John Watson, on Nov 24, 2015, to this disease.
The negative misconceptions that surround addiction, drug misuse, and the struggles of those who are dealing with it are all too common in modern day society. The stigma is so prevalent that it carries many negative consequences, especially for those who are too afraid to ask for help for fear of being labeled.
We at APM will continue to battle, not only this disease, but the stigma surrounding it. If you, or a loved one, is currently battling addiction, or are in recovery and just want community....please view our Resource page here:
Keep reading, folks, and see how you can be a part of this amazing work!