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BAD GUYS GONE GOOD INC.

No Turning Back   Moving Forward 

Empower Justice Involved Individuals to never turn back while moving forward as a law-abiding citizen, family member, community participant, and an effective member of society.

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Bad Guys Gone Good Boys Day Getaway

Day: Mach 12, 2022           Time: 7:00am - 8:30pm          Campsite: Groveton, TX.

To register your child click on the registration button on the top right-hand corner.

Guiding People on the Road to Redemption

As God Himself has granted us salvation, all of us deserve a second chance in life. At BAD GUYS GONE GOOD INC., we strive to take in those who are far off. We provide various programs to restore the lives of formerly incarcerated individuals by reconnecting them to their families and their churches.


“The promise is for you and your children and for all who are far off—for all whom the Lord our God will call.”

 Acts 2:39 (NIV)

Who We Are

Established on February 25, 2017, we are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, volunteer-reliant, faith-based organization that empowers our local communities in Houston, Texas by transforming formerly incarcerated offenders.

Our Mission

We aim to halt the overwhelming statistics of generation incarceration and provide a successful re-entry for formerly incarcerated individuals. the BGGG family will connect formerly incarcerated individuals with their family and communities of believers while empowering them with the Word of God and establishing business innovation relationships.

Our Core Values: “C.H.R.I.S.T.”

    • Commitment
    • Honesty
    • Recovery
    • Impactful
  • Serving Others
  • Transparency

Commitment: BGGG Inc. is committed to doing more. We have taken meaningful action to be more aware and more accountable. We are committed to building on these efforts, to acting more thoughtfully, and to creating solutions for a formerly incarcerated offenders, our relentless drive to provide a greater opportunity to live a victorious life and a law abiding citizen.


Honesty: Honesty is part of the foundation of BGGG Inc. core values and principles. Honesty cuts through deception and knifes its way through deceit and lies when to come to reintegrating. Honesty will leads BGGG Inc. to a fulfilling organization, and total freedom in this film called life for ex-offenders. Honesty is not just about telling the truth. It’s about the needs to live your most authentic life. Honesty promotes openness, empowers us and enables us to develop consistency in how we present the facts. Honesty sharpens our perception and allows us to observe everything around us with clarity.


Recovery: Recovery is an ongoing process of self-discovery and self-growth, and BGGG Inc. aspire to capture all the unique dimensions while working together with formerly incarcerated offenders to resolve the lifestyle that once had them bound in prison, darkness, emptiness, and hopelessness. BGGG Inc. acknowledges that there are many pathways to recovery regardless of prior experiences, but we will strive to provides rapid response to formerly incarcerated offenders who are re-entry back in society.


Impactful: The object of BGGG Inc. ambition is to have a powerful effect on a formerly incarcerated offenders issue or situation so it maybe really impactful in every area of their life. Strategic reintegration that is based on complete freedom, liberty and other enduring principles of our community, raising standards of living for generations, while promoting transforming, provision, and innovation.


Serving Others: BGGG Inc. believe in the importance of serving others by being apart of the Re-Entry, Transformation, Restoration, Mentorship, and Establishing for formerly incarcerated offenders and theirs family. At the end of the day our volunteers,supporters, and sponsors are commitment to effectively navigating them through re-entry component. We recognize it´s about who we have lifted up, who we've made better and what we´ve given back.


Transparency: It is the way BGGG Inc. organization and its leaders think and behave. It’s how BGGG Inc. grows trust that is rewarded by loyalty. Whether the information is positive, negative or neutral, BGGG Inc. transparency aim to share and keeping our volunteers,supporters, and sponsors as well as the formerly incarcerated offenders and theirs family in the loop, because they care about the state and success of BGGG Inc. as much as we do. The more everyone know about BGGG Inc. the more they feel a part of what you are doing.

Our Vision

To always provide aid and resources while enhancing medical, mental, social, and spiritual awareness through community initiative.

Our Programs

Restoring

  • Reconnecting formerly incarcerated offenders back to their families, communities, and churches.

Re-Entry 

  • Housing
  • Job Placement
  • Spiritual Awareness
  • Medical Health Advocacy
  • Mental Health Advocacy

Establishing

  • Community Initiative
  • Business Innovation Relationship
  • Entrepreneurship Initiative
  • Life Skills

Mentoring

  • BGGG Life-Builder
  • Prevention
  • Empowering

Transforming

  • Faith-Based Academy
  • Life-Flow Discipleship

BGGG Board Members 

Mary Curtis - LPC, M.ED., CSC, AD/TXC.

Board Member 

She began my career working with juvenile probation working directly with youth at the Harris County Jail. As a counselor she has served children, individuals, couples and families in varying roles as a staff therapist for Family Crisis Center of East Texas and later as the director of counseling of her own agency. In 1999, founded and directed the Safe Haven Foster Care Group Home serving teens from age 10-18 years old. Currently she the owner/Director of Golden Pond Counseling private tele-mental health practice. In addition to therapy, coaching, and consulting. her specialties is Anger Management, Behavioral Intervention, Bi-Polar Disorder, Depression, Domestic Violence, Grief, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Sexual Abuse, and Substance Abuse. 

Academic Background, Credentials and Experience included: License Professional Counselor with emphasis on Child and Family; Counseling Master Degree received from Texas Southern University of Houston Texas; Master of Education Degree in School Counseling with emphasis in gangs, teen interaction from Texas Southern University of Houston Texas; Bachelor of Science Degree from University of Houston, of Houston Texas; Certified Tele-Mental Health Therapist through Telehealth Certification Institute, LLC. Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault training certification from Family Crisis Center of East Texas (Women Shelter), Lufkin Texas Bachelor of Science Degree from University of Texas, Houston, Texas; Certified Activity Director: Specialized in Generic Mental Health for older adults. North Houston Junior College of Houston Texas; Certified Therapist in TF-CBT through the TF-CBT International Association; Certified Therapeutic Art Life Coach, through Transformation Academy; License Elementary School Teacher- State Board of Texas; License Therapeutic Foster Parent Certified by State of Texas; Member of American Counseling Association Texas Branch; Mental Health Association Texas Branch

Willie J. Curtis 

Treasurer

Willie J. Curtis is a deacon at Mt.Senora Baptist Church, Community Worker, and Surrogate parent for both Spring ISD and Groveton ISD. He was a foster parent for twenty-five years working with teen boy’s ages 10 to 18 years old. Willie has been certified in behavior intervention, grief, anger management, parenting classes, psychotropic mediations, trauma focus behavior, CPR-First aid and more. As a leader in his community and church, he has worked with the Trinity County Sheriff, District Attorney and School Administrators to promote positive outcomes for every child that has come from the Safe haven Foster Care Group Home. Many of these boys have graduated from high school and college.

After retiring from foster care, Willie was approach and accepted the volunteer position of board treasurer for the Bad Guys Gone Good, non-profit organization. His primary goals are to assist these young men to succeed after being release back into society.

About Our Founder

After having an experience with God through a dream, our founder Evangelist JW Williams became the a part of Joy Prison Ministry as there evangelistic coordinator and from that day on, he had shared the Word of God to men and women in prison while at the same time established Bad Guys Gone Good INC. to be utilized as a vehicle for the Holy Spirit for formerly incarcerated offenders who are re-entry back in society.


As a believer and a faith-walker, Evangelist JW Williams, is an prayer warrior, ordained minister where he received his licensed from St. Mark Baptist Church in Humble, TX.; He has serve as the former youth pastor at Evangelistic Restoration Church, former radio co-host at The Key Victorious Radio Broadcast, and a volunteer with other ministry and organizations like Jubilee Prison Ministry. He is also entrepreneur, and the CEO of another company, while aspiring to be an instrument of God by advocating a movement that encourages, celebrates, and validates committed men and women who strive to never fall back into the lifestyle that left them behind bars.

Evangelist JW Williams Accomplishments

  • Licensure from St. Mark Baptist Church in Humble
  • Ordained Minister at City of Faith Nondenominational Church in Humble
  • Evangelistic Pastor at the Key Center Church
  • Evangelistic Team Member of Unity Alliance Apostolic Fellowship International Inc.
  • Co-Host at the Key Victorious Radio Broadcast
  • Evangelistic Coordinator at Joy Prison Ministries
  • Team Leader at Church In The Street faith Based Institute in San Antonio
  • Men Of Action Life Skills Program
  • Volunteer at Jubilee Prison Ministry and TDJC Volunteer Services

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