But here’s the problem:
When people have troubled pasts or complicated circumstances, they’re often labeled as “unemployable” or “damaged goods”.
Whether they’re transitioning from incarceration, foster care, or homelessness, escaping domestic violence, or struggling with mental health or substance use, society has a tendency to cast them aside.
So, they feel stuck – powerless to break the cycle.
At Coaching Good, we believe every human deserves a chance to reach their potential.
By coming alongside, we have seen these men gain the life skills they need to launch meaningful careers, so they can move forward in life and make a positive impact in their home, neighborhoods and their local communities.