Making Choices teaches decision-making and life-planning skills to women incarcerated at Denver Women's Correctional Facility (DWCF). These skills, and the support provided by solid mentoring, facilitate successful re-entry to the community. Since 1999, Making Choices has brought together more than 700 incarcerated women with volunteer teachers and mentors.
In a time marked by constant change, discernment becomes increasingly important and spiritual companionship helps in the recognition of what is enduring. It is for these reasons that we commit ourselves to the education and the continued development of spiritual directors through our Formation Program for Spiritual Directors.
Natural disasters, community tragedies, and other traumatic events call for a response of care beyond initial emergency assistance. Second Responders are volunteer spiritual directors who provide soul care through loss, grief, trauma, and transition.
Dr. Vie Thorgren is available to provide workshops, keynotes, and retreats
for businesses, nonprofits, churches and civic organizations in the area of spirituality and work. Programs may be a few hours, a full day, an entire weekend, or a series of events.