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Poiema Movement

Transitional Housing
Waldorf, MD
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10395 Berry Road
Waldorf, MD - 20603

(301) 705-9996 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Poiema Movement

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Poiema Movement provides a one-year residential program moving women from brokenness to restoration. They serve clients transitioning from addiction treatment, incarceration, domestic violence, human trafficking, or other major life transitions. Their services include a safe place to live, support employment, a holistic program and a sisterhood of support moving women towards independent sustainable living.

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