Alabaster Box Restoration Housing is a Refuge.
Alabaster Box Restoration Housing (ABRH) strives to focus on the holistic need of our residents and be able to provide the most optimum experience. We strive to personalize each individual’s transition plan to insure that each resident will become productive citizens in the community.
Co-Founder, President & Treasurer
Mrs. Walker has served as a licensed missionary in the Church Of God In Christ for over 20 years. She has served in many areas locally, district and jurisdictional: Hospitality President, Sunday School teacher, Puritan Dept. President, President of local women’s dept and missionary dept.
She is a woman of wisdom always giving of herself to others. Her beauty is her inner strength.
She’s a humanitarian, philanthropist, good Samaritan, wife, mother, grandmother, friend, and truly a woman of God.
She is a graduate of Tougaloo College with a degree in Economic and Business Administration. Also received a Paralegal certificate from Mississippi College.
She owns and operate A-1 Bookkeeping & Tax Services, LLC and she’s also a licensed insurance agent with Primerica.
Co-Founder, Executive Director
Mrs. Regina Jenkins has served in the U.S. Navy Reserve from September 1997 to June 1999.
She has served as an Americorp Vista Volunteer, a memeber of Dress for Success Metro Jackson Professional Women Grou and also received her Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Hinds Community College in 2009.
Mrs. Jenkins is a Published Author of a book entitled “The Gift Inside Me.”
She is a certified Volunteer Prison Chaplin at the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility and has her certification in Crisis Counseling for the National Crisis Hotline.
A motivational speaker and Outreach Ministry Leader at New Dimensions Ministries, Mrs. Jenkins exhibits a heart and mission to seek those who may have been lost.
Her passion is for people.
We believe that our primary function is to identify and meet the educational, employment, psychological, social, and cultural needs of our residents. We believe that such comprehensive outreach, within a holistic framework, requires complete and ongoing collection of data with the residents to identify needs and this information must be available to designated staff. We believe that goals for meeting individual needs must be mutually set with a collaborated team. These goals are consistent not only with normal physiological functioning, but also biophysical status and growth and development, behavior patterns, and human material resources. To better accomplish these goals, all departments within the office as well as outside programs must cooperate and work together in planning for and providing outreach to our residents.
We believe that psychosocial factors exert the greatest influence of our residents. Interactions are instructed to promote mental health and social well-being. Because therapeutic communication is so important, we believe we should use all resources in helping the individual overcome barriers.