SUPPORT TEAM

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JEWELLAN MORRISON

Founder

12 years of working with Sex Exploitation/Sex Industry/Addiction. Experienced as a Pastoral Counselor and Certified in Addiction Counseling. Married for 38 years, three kids and three grandchildren. Loves being apart of seeing God set the captives Free!

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Chris Brimm

BOARD MEMBER

Secretary for the Board. Love working for God in any way He needs.

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Alisa Bickham

House Manager

My name is Alisa.  I am a Peer Support Specialist and Recovery Coach celebrating 5 years sobriety from alcohol.  I have been with UBL since its inception, and my passion is walking alongside women seeking healing.  I have been involved in leadership at Celebrate Recovery and worked for Achieving Recovery Together (ART) located in Clark County.  I am a House Manager at UBL and I enjoy taking the women to CR meetings once a week.  I am also working as an Administrative Assistant to help UBL grow and develop relationships in the community.  Fundraising is a big part of my duties.

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REVEREND KEVIN GORDON

BOARD MEMBER

Husband, father of six and grandfather of three. Minister of the Gospel, prison ministry.  Project superintendent for Vescio's sports fields. 

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W. LEE MORRISON JR.

Vice President/Board Member

Shelter Insurance Agent, married for 38 years, three kids and three grandchildren. Loves to serve for the Kingdom.

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URBAN KREATIVE

DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN

Urban Kreative supports UBL through Development, Design, Videography, & Photography.

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LOVE

Resident Therapy Dog

My name is Love. I'm the resident therapy dog for UBL. I've been on staff since March 27, 2019. I am well behaved and respectful, but I do have a playful side. I have a keen sense when someone is upset, and it's my job to comfort them.

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Restore Ranch

Equine Therapy

Equine Therapy can help the individual build confidence, self- efficiency, communication, trust, perspective, social skills, impulse control, and learn boundaries.  Since the horses have similar behaviors with humans, such as social and responsive behaviors, it is easy for the patients to create a connection with the horse.