Reverend Al is on the front lines of the fight for a better life. He's my ultimate hero.
Too many of us have experienced broken relationships with our world, with ourselves, and with each other. At the Dandelion Society, we foster respectful, restorative relationships with everyone who struggles: people with or without addictions, people with or without mental health issues, people with or without pain.
The Dandelion Society fights physical poverty by coming alongside one person at a time. We do our work on the street, in hospitals, in jails and in all places that shelter those who are forgotten. We find value in one another and treat each other as equals. We advocate for those with no power. We encourage the inherit talents and gifts in everyone we meet, because everyone has something to offer We offer unconditional love to all who come our way.
The Dandelion Society fights relational poverty by providing a place of acceptance and belonging. Our heartbeat is a relationship-it keeps our heart of belonging alive. The people we serve are loved and known-and they know it.
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