Volunteer Recruiter and Manager Susan Weiss with Heart-to-Heart graduate Curtis Moore.
Ahaji Schreffler is the Vice President of Heart-to-Heart and brings mindfulness training and meditation to women incarcerated at the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia. Ahaji (pronounced Ha-ji) is the Director of Programs for Study Abroad at Drexel University and is the U.S. Liaison for Lover Orphanage of Haiti.
Heart-to-Heart trainer River Dunavin teaches at Bayside State Prison, at the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia, and at Heart-to-Heart at Project Hope in Camden.
Gerry Scott brings mindfulness training and meditation to women incarcerated at the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia. She is shown here leading a retreat at Pendle Hill Conference Center.
Heart-to-Heart continues its commitment to helping incarcerated people find pathways to healing. At the Camden County Correctional Facility, at Bayside State Prison and at the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia, teams of professional staff and skilled volunteers are bringing transformative education to men and women hungry for a fresh start. This remarkable group of trainers and volunteers includes Volunteer Recruiter and Manager Susan Weiss.
Phone: (856) 406-6153
P.O. Box 1441
Merchantville, NJ 08109