Our programs start by addressing the most immediate needs of families and individuals and progress to ensure that families have the resources they need to thrive. The program areas include: Prevention & Stabilization, Family Strengthening, and Opportunity Building.
Prevention & Stabilization
Stabilizes individuals and families using available emergency assistance funds; also provides housing counseling and SNAP application assistance.
Works with families in medical facilities to address the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) through education, prevention of generational toxic stress and promoting resiliency.
Works with families with children ages
0-5 to create a safe home environment; provides parent and caregivers with tips for understanding behavioral changes, and to care for their child's health.
Manages budgets for individuals on Social Security, SSI, or SSDI, including paying bills and expenses on the individuals behalf.
Works to create a safe home environment by strengthening individuals, families, and our community by providing resources and case management services.
Increases the strength and stability of families as well as the parents' confidence and competence in their parenting abilities; provides children with a safe, stable, and supportive family environment.
Works with families in primary care settings to provide enhanced well-child visits and home visits focused on child development and supporting the parents.
Offers information and access to resources and referrals for grandparents and other guardians raising children.
Supports fathers in building healthy communication, problem solving skills, and co-parenting skills with an emphasis on nurturing, father-focused behavior.
Provides caregivers and children age
3-5 with an evidence based curriculum, books and other educational materials to prepare children for success in school.
Builds a positive relationship between caregiver and child through weekly classes.
Offers education, activities, group meetings, and screenings to support parents and caregivers of children age 0-2 in their role as their child's most important teacher.
Empowers participants to become advocates in their community while learning the hidden rules of social classes, financial management techniques, and how to overcome poverty.
Places individuals into transitional jobs while working with the individual to improve job skills through training and experience.
Assists immigrants from all countries with paperwork and accredited representation to become Legal Permanent Residents, attain Visas, and become U.S. citizens. Also offers ESL classes and citizenship test preparation.