VOM Facility in use for quarantine of returning citizens

Vision on Mission Facility in use for quarantine of 18 male deportees https://trinidadexpress.com/news/local/18-men-2-women-deported-in-quarantine/article_2f7ffb62-b8df-11ea-a4fe-b38b851f8eb8.html TWENTY people have been deported from the United States and are back in Trinidad. The deportees — 18 men and two women — have been placed in quarantine in keeping with Covid-19 regulations. Speaking during yesterday’s virtual media briefing, Health Minister Terrence

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Women Facility Progress

Women Facility Progress!   January 14th, 2020                                                                                                

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EU partners with Vision On Mission to lend support to ex-offenders

EU partners with Vision On Mission to lend support to ex-offenders The EU supports social reintegration and human rights projects as part of their mandate. Vision On Mission’s Prisoner Preparation for release and Resettlement Programme is expected to result in a reduction of recidivism rates among ex-offenders, something that we all look forward to. Indeed,

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Success Stories

Success Stories At Vision on Mission we understand that the road to rehabilitation and transformation is not an easy one. Therefore, we deem it essential to the continued work of the organization to commend the efforts and achievements of our clients who have, against tremendous odds, been able to turn around their circumstances and achieve

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Wayne Chance Awarded while representing T&T and the Caribbean at Partners of the Americas’ 50th Anniversary Conference

Wayne Chance Awarded while representing T&T and the Caribbean at Partners of the Americas’ 50th Anniversary Conference With over five hundred participants and more than twenty countries being represented, Wayne Chance, who is the Founder and President of V.O.M. has been representing Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean Region at Partners of the Americas’ 50th

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Partners of The Americas – Rochester Chapter, Visits Trinidad

Partners of The Americas – Rochester Chapter, Visits Trinidad On Thursday 18th September 2014, Dave Williams – Vice President of Partners of the Americas Trinidad Chapter, Randolph Harris – Director of Rochester Chapter USA, Theresa Lou Bowick – President of Rochester Chapter USA all convened at Vision On Mission’s Office. The President of Partners of

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Join Vision on Mission in the “People Can Change” Movement

Vision On Mission’s “People Can Change” Movement is a non-political movement leading up to a THOUSAND STRONG march in Trinidad and Tobago in December of 2014. This movement is an initiative conceptualised by Founder/Executive President, Wayne Chance, implemented by Vision On Mission and will only be impactful with the support of our nation. With crime

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