We encourage individual dignity and strengthen communities by harnessing the innate goodness in every human being.
We operate from a position of neutrality that is inclusive to all.
“After 40 years in prison, I learned to let go of my anguish and resentments by mentoring others.”
Bilal Mukhtar Najee-Ullah,
How is GCHH different?
We do this through peer-to-peer relationships, focusing on those with addictions and people
reentering community after prison.
“My sole purpose in life is to show people that change is possible. My only thought when I see these men is I hope I can help them.”
Many of those we mentor & assist are also American Veterans.
With support from our sponsors and volunteers,
we help anyone in need.