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About Us

The ISAIAH Project Inc. 

The Spirit of the Lord is upon us... 

The Sovereign Lord has filled me with His Spirit. He has chosen me and sent me to bring Good news to the poor. To heal the broken - hearted, to announce release to captives and freedom to those in prison. He has sent me to proclaim that the time has come when the Lord will save his people and defeat their enemies. He has sent me to comfort all who mourn, to give to those who mourn in Zion Joy and gladness instead of grief, a song of praise instead of sorrow. They will be like trees the Lord Himself has planted. They will do what is right and God will be praised for what He has done. They will rebuild the cities that have long been in ruins. Isaiah 61:1-4


 Mission Statement: Educate - Motivate - Advocate

The goal of the ISAIAH Project is to inform, educate, and motivate individuals, churches, mosques, synagogues, organizations, institutions and community groups that substance Misuse, Alcohol and Drug Addiction is a disease, a mental Illness.The ISAIAH Project Inc. The Dream Makers Program, "Let Our Healing Begin” Seminars provide information from professionals in the field of Alcohol,Substance Misuse and Drug Addiction, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, social workers, other mental health professionals, as well as men and women in recovery from Addiction to Alcohol, Drugs, and Substance Misuse, living clean and sober life styles, attesting to the fact that treatment works and Dreams can come true. 


 “The Dream Makers”

MISSION STATEMENT: To reduce the high rate of recidivism and increase the greater possibility of employment for Incarcerated men and women on probation or parole or about to be released to probation or parole.

PROGRAM GOAL: To Educate, Motivate and Convince the attendees in The Dream Makers Program to internalize that changes in behavior, attitude, and values are necessary that must be made in changing unhealthy life styles, that leads to addiction to alcohol, drugs, substance misuse, anger and violence that result in incarceration that affect and impact on themselves, their family relationships, and the community


The Recovery Room is a safe space for victims, in particular Black men, women, and children, “JUST US,” whose lives have been affected by Racism and Racist behavior for over 400 plus years since being brought to the Americas in chains. In addition, the Recovery Room welcomes other peoples of color, and ethnicities whose lives historically have been affected by Racism and Racist behavior.

It uses the 12 Steps, 12 Traditions, Slogans, and Serenity Prayer of Alcoholics Anonymous. It has the written permission to do so from AA World Service Inc in August of 2016. The Recovery Room for the victims of racism “JUST US” meets on Thursdays at 7:00 PM at the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Center in Harlem. Deacon Radcliffe is a trained substance abuse/addictions counselor and New York State Certified Recovery Coach and certified to train Recovery Coaches. He is a CASACT. He is a relapse prevention specialist who has worked as a case manager in a homeless shelter, and has conducted relapse prevention programs for licensed out patient alcohol and drug treatment programs. He is the author of two published reports, The Crisis of the Poor in Black Urban America, and the Challenge for a Church in Crisis to Face It and The Crisis of the Poor in Black Urban America, The Challenge for a President and Corporate America. 

St. Dismas Re-entry Project

A Pastoral Church Ministry to Incarcerated and formerly Incarcerated Men, Women and Children.

Visiting Them in Jail, Prison and Welcoming Them Back. 

"Show me a man or woman who has not achieved their dreams, and I will show you a man or woman whose life has been affected by mental illness, addiction to alcohol, drugs, substance misuse, racism and violence." 

Deacon Ken Radcliffe, Founder & Coordinator The ISAIAH Project Inc. & the Criminal “JUST US” Committee.*

* “JUST US” The Poor, Black Men, Women, Children, other Peoples of Color, and White folks so called, whose lives have been affected by the disease of mental illness, addiction to alcohol, drugs, substance misuse, racism and violence!

For more information contact us!

347 459 0393 – email:[email protected]