Building Bridges for the Future of Muskogee

Courtney WaggleHealth & Wellness

Stephen enrolled in the program while incarcerated with a felony conviction and attended the 20-week Getting Ahead Classes. He stayed sober, reduced his financial debt, and satisfied court requirements and is now thriving. He owns his own business, bought his family a home, and appreciates the importance of reading to his son.

In September 2016, Muskogee was awarded The National Bridges Community of the Year Award in Orlando, Florida at the Addressing Poverty Convention. This award proves that Muskogee is a national leader for success and is truly moving the needle in poverty.