Shepherd's Fold Ministry is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization with the dedication to helping men overcome their addictions. The Ministry does not receive funding from the state or federal government but relies on its funding by individuals, churches, businesses, and monetary donations. All donations are deductible as allowed by law.
With your gift you are helping make a change one family at a time. We reach out to the entire family by providing the families of the men who enter our program with food boxes, hygiene items, cleaning supplies, and paper products.
2011 - The Fold gave out 182 items out
2012 - The Fold gave out 348 items out
Its a blessing for us to be able to provide the needs of the family. We appreciate all of you who give to make this happen.
The Shepherd's Fold Ministry Inc.
201 E. Loeb St
Cardwell, MO 63829
P.O. Box 36
Paragould, AR 72450
For More Information e-mail us at
Everything we do at The Fold is made possible through the generous donations of people just like you. We have seen God use the smallest to the largest gift to make a difference in the lives of these men.
Volunteer Professional Services
Donations for The Fold
-cleaning supplies etc
Donations for the Men present needs include:
-hamburger meat/ chicken/ deer
-toilet bowl cleaner
Financial Support for The Fold's daily operations
*Help us set up a fundraiser at your church.
*We have donation boxes to set up in your church or place of business.
*WE ARE ALSO IN NEED OF A TRUCK!
For more information on how you can help please contact us at email@example.com.
Warning Signs of Commonly Abused Drugs
Marijuana: Glassy, red eyes; loud talking, inappropriate laughter followed by sleepiness; loss of interest, motivation; weight gain or loss.
Depressants (including Xanax, Valium, GHB): Contracted pupils; drunk-like; difficulty concentrating; clumsiness; poor judgment; slurred speech; sleepiness.
Stimulants (including amphetamines, cocaine, crystal meth): Dilated pupils; hyperactivity; euphoria; irritability; anxiety; excessive talking followed by depression or excessive sleeping at odd times; may go long periods of time without eating or sleeping; weight loss; dry mouth and nose.
Inhalants (glues, aerosols, vapors): Watery eyes; impaired vision, memory and thought; secretions from the nose or rashes around the nose and mouth; headaches and nausea; appearance of intoxication; drowsiness; poor muscle control; changes in appetite; anxiety; irritability; lots of cans/aerosols in the trash.
Hallucinogens (LSD, PCP): Dilated pupils; bizarre and irrational behavior including paranoia, aggression, hallucinations; mood swings; detachment from people; absorption with self or other objects, slurred speech; confusion.
Heroin: Contracted pupils; no response of pupils to light; needle marks; sleeping at unusual times; sweating; vomiting; coughing, sniffling; twitching; loss of appetite.
Information from www.helpguide.org
Al-Anon Family Groups – Free, anonymous, and confidential. Contact: 870.933.1518 or 870.483.7976
Alcoholics Anonymous – Alcohol addiction - free, anonymous, and confidential.
Celebrate Recovery -A free Christ centered recovery program for families.
Central Baptist- Contact: Don Liggett at 870.897.4101 or Ed Williams at 870.219.4650
First Baptist Church- Kathy Holler870-932-1872 or 870-932-3456
Jonesboro Worship Center- Contact- Scot Loyd
Cope Without Dope Group –Crowley’s Ridge Area of Narcotics Anonymous - drug addiction - free, anonymous, and confidential.
Unity Group – Alcohol addiction - free, anonymous, and confidential.
Serenity Group –Alcohol addiction - free, anonymous, and confidential.
Alcoholics Anonymous – Alcohol addiction - free, anonymous, and confidential.
Celebrate Recovery-A free Christ centered recovery program for families.
Westview Baptist Church- Contact Tammy Gill – 870-236-7195
7th and Muller Church of Christ- Contact number - 870-236-6105
Overcomers Support Group
First Church of God 628 W. Locust Street. Paragould, AR 6:30PM-8:30PM
Other locations in Arkansas
Pocahontas, AR -Alcoholics Anonymous – Alcohol addiction - free, anonymous, and confidential.
Bay, AR GAP - Grandparents As Parents - Support group for grandparents raising their grandchildren - Bay Elementary School Library every Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
Contact: Phyllis Curtis - 870-781-3830
Trumann, AR - New Creations – Faith based addiction and family support group. - Eastside Baptist Church addiction and family support group. Thursdays 7 P.M. –
Batesville, AR -Project 180 – Parkview Baptist Church (Fellowship Hall) - Support group for those struggling with habitual behaviors. Meetings are Bible-based designed to help people make a 180 turn. Monday and Thursday nights at 7 pm. Meetings are open to any member of the community in need of support. (No charge but donations are accepted) –
Nettleton, AR - Celebrate Recovery (Nettleton Baptist Church) - A free Christ centered recovery program for families.
Contact: Gerald Barker 870.935.8548
Celebrate Recovery- A free Christ centered recovery program for families.
Senath Church of Christ- Contact 573-738-2834
Other Locations in Missouri
Celebrate Recovery- A free Christ centered program for families.
St. Andrew Cape, Girardeau, MO – Contact Number 573-334-3200
Fruitland Community Church Jackson, MO - Contact Number 573-204-0724
Lynwood Baptist Church- Cape, Girardeau, MO- Contact Number 573-334-4600
Locations in Tennessee
Memphis, TN-Highpoint Church – Contact Number -901-762-0071
Memphis, TN -Grace Church- Contact Number -901-753-7707
Nashville, TN – First Baptist Nashville- Contact Number –615-664-6000
If your location is not here and you need helping find local meetings please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will find one closest to you.
Jan 22, 2013 @
Hello,I am Eric Haneline's Mom. I love God and what he has done to make Eric's life so much better. I believe if it was not for God and the Fold he would be sitting back in prison. Steve,Tina and Sam thank you so much for believing in him and helping him find God and the man and Father I knew he could be. I love ya'll for what you do.
Josh's Mom Tina
- Jonesboro, Arkansas
Oct 12, 2012 @
:-) Josh is doing so well....I'd don't feel like I can say this enough...or that words can actually describe the gratitude that I have for Steve, Tina and ALL the GUYS at Sheperds Fold. Josh has come a long way's and I am so very proud of him, I always have and always will love him, he's my baby! Thank you to all the families for supporting the Fold and all the speakers/ministers that give their time to the guys. Keep up the good work!!!!!! Thank you to GOD for everything he does and everything he is!!!!!! <3
- Jonesboro Arkansas
Sep 17, 2012 @
Josh is my son. I am so proud of the man that he has become and how his relationship with God has grown since being there at Shepherd's Fold. Josh I believe in you and I LOVE YOU!!!!!! Shepherd's Fold is doing so much in the live's of these men and in their families. I am so happy that Shepherd's Fold is there for them!!! I've told both Steve and Tina both thank you for taking care of Josh....but I just don't feel like I can say it enough!!! Thank You for the commitment and dedication to the Fold. To Josh and All the guy's, keep up the good work and know that you are LOVED by family, friend's and God. Also would like to say thanks to the preacher's who take time out of their schedule's to go and share to word of God with these men! MOMMA LOVE'S YA JOSH AND I'M SO PROUD OF YOU!!!!!
Mar 9, 2012 @
I love what God is doing at the Fold....He is changing lives and setting people free thru the power of Jesus Christ. Because of Him, we all have hope!! You dont realize how important hope is until you have none!! I am so thankful that men have an option to come here where they can feel the love of God and know that there is a purpose for their lives. "For I know the plans I have for you",says the Lord. They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and hope!! Glory to God!!