Jason West graduated from the Mission in 2014 and since that time he has been working for the Mission in various capacities. Currently he has developed a new interactive curriculum for the Mission’s New Life Transformation Program that will engage our participants as God transforms their lives. He has provided leadership in the development of Hope Medical Respite Care which provides a place for people experiencing homelessness who have been discharged from the hospital. He has also implemented software designed to enroll participants into our programs and then track them as they achieve important goals and move forward in their lives.
Two years ago, Jason enrolled at Grand Canyon University, a private Baptist University in Phoenix, Arizona. Last month Jason graduated with his Master’s Degree in Public Health. Jason’s thesis describes the cost and health benefits of in home care management for low income elderly and disabled individuals versus costly Institutional care. Congratulations Jason, and thank you for your commitment to bring about change in the lives of men and women and to give them HOPE!