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Roderick Stovall is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. Rod received his education from De Kalb Junior College, now known as Perimeter College where he studied Business Administration. He served in the United States Air Force for six (6) years and received an honorable discharge. Additionally he has several certifications both in the Alcohol/ Substance Abuse and the Behavioral Health Field. He has received extensive training in Family Intervention, Core Services, Child Sexual Abuse, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and The Ethics of Taking Care of Yourself, Anxiety Disorders, The Implications of Domestic Violence on Mental Health, Crisis Intervention and so many others. He currently serves on several Boards for Non-profit Organizations and has dedicated the last twenty five years working in the social service arena helping “The Least of These”. In 1995, Rod was appointed Director of a 75 bed facility, a 273 acre farm known as the Land of Promise Christian Recovery Home located in Culloden, Ga., owned by the General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia Inc. under the leadership of Dr. Cameron Alexander where he served for 12 years. During the same time he was the Assistant Director for Luke’s Place Christian Recovery Home, under the direction of Antioch Baptist Church North, which was a refuge for men recovering from drugs and alcohol. Rev. Kenneth Alexander and his father were the inspiration as well as the mantel of love that led Rod to his life long mission. In 2010 Rod served as Director of Ascension Homes, a Group Home for both teenagers and young adult men between the ages of thirteen (13) to twenty two (22) that was in the care of the Department of Family and Children Services. Previously served as supervisor over all Resident Assistants for a Behavioral Health Program and food services for several years. In addition to this assignment, he was the manager over the DEFACS program for young adult men up to the age of twenty two (22). This program was able to housed approximately 70 men and women which suffered from mental health issues.

In 2005 he was given a vision to birth his own organization for men recovering from the devastating effects of alcohol and drugs. Presently that ministry humbly serves individuals with behavioral and mental health problems. Since the inception of these transitional houses he has had the pleasure of housing over 600 individuals. Another Level Ministries Inc. transitional housing facilities are affectionately known for not just a housing facility, but making it a nice and pleasant home where men can live with dignity. Rod has been the recipient of numerous awards such as” The Man of the Year” from the Concerned Black Clergy and Unsung Hero from Antioch Baptist Church North. Over the years he has built a strong and viable relationship with the Atlanta Community Food Bank and has served as a consultant for starting newly formed transitional housing facilities and food pantries. His nineteen years of experience with food pantries began in 1996 while serving as Director of the food bank at his church.

Rod is a true visionary and man of God, whose character and integrity is display daily in his work ethics as well as his personal life. As a strong profesional with proven strength in leadership, communications, development, budgeting and scheduling, his greatest gift is servanthood. Rod's ministry is centered on reaching the lost, loving the unloved and bringing a word of hope to the broken. A life of honor and sacrifice while continuously striving to make a difference in his community.