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Congrats To This Month’s Nonprofit Beneficiary: Powerhouse Ministries!

For over 30 years, Powerhouse Ministries in Folsom has been serving families and individuals struggling with addiction, abuse, and poverty with love and grace.

 The nonprofit is made up of several programs meant to inspire and empower people to rise above their circumstances, change their lives, and impact their community.
•    Powerhouse Women and Children’s Center is a two-year, no-cost, residential recovery program that provides women and their children the opportunity to leave addiction, abuse, and homelessness behind.

•    Powerhouse Community Care Center exists to assist individuals and families who need immediate resources, such as homeless prevention, medical care from the nonprofit’s free medical clinics, referrals to treatment centers, job readiness training, temporary and permanent housing, and more.

•    Powerhouse Leadership College is a two-year residential internship program for men and women ages 18-24 that’s dedicated to presenting hope, healing, and on-the-job training to equip young leaders to impact generations.

•    During the week, outreach programs are available to the community, including Sunday night church, youth and children’s ministry, men’s and women’s small groups, and special events and activities designed to enrich the lives of those the nonprofit serves.
For more information, visit

Terry Carroll, publisher of STYLE Magazine (far right); along with Chip and Jill Huckaby, owners of European Sleep Design (far left), present the check to Josh Levine and Nancy Atchley of Powerhouse Ministries in Folsom (center).; Photos by Taylor Gillespie © and wholly owned by Style Media Group


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