Family Reconciliation Center is thrilled to welcome Judith Clerjeune and Grant Collier as the new live-in House Managers! They will begin their lives with us in June.
Grant is a native Nashvillian and Judith, originally from Haiti, has called Nashville home for more than a decade. Grant is a music therapist working with hospice patients and substance-use disorder and mental health populations. Judith works in immigration policy and advocacy and holds a Master of Divinity from Vanderbilt University.
Grant and Judith love to spend their time outdoors, working on sewing and woodworking projects, and playing with their cat, Martin T’Challa.
A Farewell Note from Anna and Jason
Dearest FRC families, volunteers, and supporters,
What a gift these last two years have been. What a joy and an honor to walk with you and get to know you, share meals and holidays together, and be welcomed so lovingly into your lives and your stories. We never imagined that we wouldn't have a chance to say good-bye to you all in person. Please know how much we love each of you, and how grateful we are for the love you have given us in return. We will miss your company immensely, and Fibi will miss snuggling at the foot of your beds. Our lives won't be the same without you. For everything, thank you. Sincerely, Anna, Jason, and Fibi the House Pup
Family Reconciliation Center is a nonprofit guest house in Nashville, TN.
We provide free overnight rooms to anyone visiting an incarcerated loved one.