Jennifer Wolfley, Director of Outreach Services
(585) 748-8490 after 9:00 pm
jwolfley@yahoo.com
 
 
23-Apr-2014
 
United Way RIT Campaign 2014
 
Make sure to check out the upcoming events.
 
Jennifer Wolfley is excited to announce the addition of two new interns to Paper Bag Ladies of Rochester, Jamal Campbell and Angelica Perez
 
A special thanks to the Angels of Mercy for the donations, they are going to good use.
 
Mentor Jen has one to one appointments at no charge for women who need mentoring in anxiety management, ptsd management and sexual exploitation aftercare. Materials and referrals provided as well as listening time.
Contact Mentor Jen at 585-748-8490 or jwolfley@yahoo.com
Available immediately.
And finally my clients will be viewed as human trafficking victims in Judge Yacknin's court.
We will be waiting to celebrate each success.
Professor Jen will speaking publicly at a variety of events on the current status of the Human Trafficing Court process in the Rochester, NY.
 
I am proud to announce that The Paper Bag Ladies of Rochester is now in the
Directory of Services for Victims of Human Trafficking.
New York sets up special courts to handle prostitution and trafficking cases
 
Paper Bag Ladies Channel on YouTube
An introduction to the Paper Bag Ladies of Rochester and it's mission.
Other videos:
Baby's Mother
Cycle of Poverty
Reintroduction
Brighton couple provides a stable home to a little boy
 
Programs
The Whisper's Group, which is a facilitated peer support group for women that have been victims of child sexual abuse.
 
The Incarceration Writing Project, which is a publishing mechanism for incarcerated and post-incarcerated persons to explore their feelings and determination through writing poetry, prose, fiction, memoir and autobiography
 
 
 
Up-coming Events
Monroe County Safe Harbour Forum (Mar 26,2014)
Event registration is by invitation only. Register with your email address to attend this event. Attend event.
Jennifer Wolfley's Blog Melanie Blow's Blog
 

The Paper Bag Ladies of Rochester is an established Outreach Program developed by Jennifer Wolfley.

An Outreach Program which speaks to the significant workings on the street for women that are disenfranchised on the street and isolated through incarceration.

 

Now serving clients' needs at Brown's Cafe located in Brown's Memorial Manor, providing case management for the elderly.
Wednesdays 10;30 am - 12:30 pm.

And serving clients' needs at the Northside Church of Christ, providing case management for all.
Third Saturday of the month 11:00 am - 1:00 pm.


Jennifer (2nd from left) at the Women's Foundation 2013 Awards Lunchon
Goals and Objectives
Provide AIDS and HIV prevention and education. Provide successful partnerships for HIV/AIDS clients in-service coordination and referrals.
 
Condom distribution and safe-sex education.
 
Provide information regarding personal safety, emotional well-being, drug use education and rehabilitation.
 
Provide access and information to meet short term goals such as emergency housing placement and counseling services.
 
 

Jennifer Wolfley's 3rd book is available: The Bravest Thing I Ever Did Was Live When I Wanted To Die

Jennifer Wolfley's 2nd book has been released, titled I Want To Breathe Again.

Jennifer Wolfley's first book is still available, titled Candy Always Tastes Better From Strangers.

Some of the proceeds from the sale of the book will be going to Mary Cariola Children's Center and CP Rochester. Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.