S.E.E.D. N HOPE
Serve. Educate. Empower. Dream
The mission of S.E.E.D. N Hope is to
Through our work we understand the importance of supporting this underserved population.
By acknowledging their needs we are compelled to serve.
Education is a cornerstone for building strong families and communities.
By raising awareness about families impacted by incarceration we can provide the tools for rebuilding lives.
Empowerment is the freedom to grow and the courage to strive through the challenges.
By helping others live with purpose and good intention while learning to believe in oneself and the ability to succeed we can help others make their dreams a reality.
Annette Dominguez (left) has spent her professional career serving the women of the Tapestry Therapeutic Community located inside the Ohio Reformatory for Women. She is omitted to supporting those who struggle with the complex issues associated with substance abuse and involvement in the criminal justice system
After implementing the Tapestry Therapeutic Community Program in 1991, Dr. Candace Paulucci (right) has been committed to a foundation of resilience, a strong voice and hope to the incarcerated female. This has been her professional life purpose. She has respect and gratitude for the character strength needed to make difficult life changes, allowing women to find their way home from trauma, substance abuse, and the criminal justice system.
Sheila Luther was incarcerated for 13 years. She learned how to change her destructive lifestyle and turn it into a life worth saving with heartfelt thanks to the Tapestry Program. These illustrations are done in loving memory of her own “Lily”, Terri, whose greatest legacy is Shelia’s amazing granddaughter- Taylor