The ISAIAH Project Inc. - The Dream Makers
 
 
Lectures, Siminars and BOOK SIGNING!
 
Let Our Healing Begin!
“An Approach to the Problem of Race and Racism!”
Applying Alcoholic Anonymous Principles to the Disease of Racism
A Challenge for the Church & 
 Other Houses of Worship
The Crisis of the Poor in Black Urban America and Other Communities of Color
    
MENTAL ILLNESS, ALCOHOL, SUBSTANCE MISUSE
THE DISEASE OF CHEMICAL ADDICTION AS A 
   BEHAVIORAL HEALTH and BRAIN DISORDER!    
             
           Is Racism a Mental Disorder?      
     The Impact on Our Community!
                                                                    
Hear excerpts from Ken Radcliffe’s Book
Applying Alcoholic Anonymous Principles to the Disease of Racism
 
347 459 0393 Deacon Ken Radcliffe
 
 
"Let Our Healing Begin!"
“An Approach to the Problem of Race and Racism!”
 
Education, Motivation and Advocacy for Relapse & Recidivism Prevention for the Poor in Black Urban America, and other Communities of Color!  
 
 
 “The Dream Makers & “The Three Wishes” – An innovative treatment approach and concept with predictable positive results developed by Deacon Ken Radcliffe that can and has impacted on the lives of the Poor affected by the mental illness of Alcohol, substance use and addiction. Services are provided to the formerly incarcerated, and members of the community.
 
Deacon Ken Radcliffe has worked as a New York City Administrative Chaplain for the NYC Department of Correction for 20 Years, a case manager in  Homeless Shelters, a counselor and group facilitator in relapse prevention. The Relapse program he developed while at Project Create, in Harlem, proved very successful. Deacon Ken Radcliffe is also a New York State Certified Recovery Coach. 
 
 
Contact Us For
 
Fund Raising Events!
 
MEET THE AUTHOR
Mental Health Seminar Presentations and
Book Signings for groups of 15 or more are available
Call for information and schedule
347 459 0393 or
Email: Kenneth.L@verizon.net
 
 
 
 
 The  ISAIAH Project Inc is now a 501c3 corporation. It has worked with and supports these  Organizations,
Communities of Harlem Health Revival, Drug Policy Alliance,
New York Recovery Coalition, Peoples Institute for Survival and Beyond,
The Drop the Rock Coalition.
 
Visit
                                     www.antiracistalliance.com 
 
Support 
 The Richard Allen Center for Culture and Art (RACCA)   
 A cultural arts institution that emerged from the
Black Political &Cultural Arts Revolution of the '60s.