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Mission Statement

Dedicated to restoring lives of those who have been broken and shattered by domestic violence, child abuse or rape.


Open and operates shelters and orphanages, after school programs and all day schools for inner city children

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Average Review 3 reviews

Would you recommend Exodus, Inc?

by Paola O. (2010-12-22 21:00:36.0)
Just wondering how you get a hold of anybody here. This number does not belong to Shirley. The poor lady that answered the phone says she's been getting calls for the last 3 years and she has no idea who Shirley is :-(
by Tricia I. (2010-12-11 05:02:07.0)
I found this organization online to help through a volunteer organization that I started called StepUp2Help. I contacted Shirley and she was absolutely wonderful to work with. I decided to do a Christmas project with her, "adopting" families to buy gifts for the children and mothers. Shirley is NOT racist as the previous person described. She had people of all ethnicities on her list to help, and she is a truly compassionate woman, dedicated to help those in need of her services. I admire her for the struggles she's had to endure and how she got to where she is today. Shirley Johnson should be commended for the work she does to help these victims, and Exodus, Inc. is a great resource for people who need to find a way out of abusive situations!
by Debbie R. (2010-10-31 04:10:46.0)
Shirley Johnson is a very mean, bitter, and quite possibly racist person. She does not like white women, such as myself, and refused my help even after hearing my story. I was also very sickened that she uses Exodus Inc.'s tax exemption for her own personal gain where ever she goes, which she bragged about concerning never paying taxes or writing them off. Exodus In.c would be served better without someone that claims to want to help others but turns them away for being different in any way, especially race, how sick.