When single mom, Pamela Wilsher, examined the reality of her life, she knew she had to find help.
"I had no job and no income, and my two kids, I really didn't know what I wanted to do or what I wanted to be," says Wilsher.
Throughout the program she was able to receive career guidance, counseling and internship experience all while exploring her spirituality.
While it is a helpful program, the journey hasn't been an easy one.
"Some days I woke up and I didn't want to come. Some days I wanted to quit," she says.
But the community at Faith Works wouldn't allow her to give up that easily.
Wilsher says, "Help from my family and the people at faith works, and my friends, I really have seen that that's where i needed to be."
Close friend Cynthia Roberts also participated in the program and has evolved into the woman she's always wanted to be.
"I've seen a big change. I go to church more now, i read the Bible more, I have journal time more," says Roberts.
There is a light at the end of every tunnel, and both participants can now see it.
Wilsher says she is very happy with where she is now. "Very happy to be graduating today and very happy to go through it with my friends."
The future is bright for these women and they are looking forward to getting back on their feet with the career that they've been longing for.
"I'm going to go and continue putting in applications and hopefully get a job. Now that I have confidence, I can do it," says Roberts.