Stories of New Hope
This is a beautiful note we received from Sara, one of our clients at our Revive Domestic & Sexual Violence Counseling Program, where we serve more than 400 adults, youth and children each year: “No matter how hopeless or scared you may feel, it is never too late to pursue healing. Even if it is … Continue reading “It is never too late to pursue healing”Read the Full Story
By ages 5 and 6, Antonio and Daniel had witnessed domestic violence at home. For years, their mom, Paula, had been focused on survival. She did all she could to maintain her children’s safety by engaging daily in survival skills, but this consuming task left her with very little time to experience play, learning and … Continue reading Daniel’s Rocket ShipRead the Full Story
1 in 10 young adults ages 18 to 25 endures some form of homelessness in a year, according to the latest research from Voices of Youth Count, an initiative of Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago. “Adolescence and young adulthood represent a key developmental window. Every day of housing instability and the associated stress … Continue reading A Fresh StartRead the Full Story
Christina (right) meets with financial counselor Luis Callejas at Doorways. Photo by Benjamin C. Tankersley. One key riddle is figuring out how to move families not just out of homelessness, but up a rung of the economic ladder so their lives are not so precarious. Christina hasn’t made that climb, but she’s found stability. She, … Continue reading Why Ending Homelessness Isn’t That EasyRead the Full Story
Our Record of Success
Hear from our clients by watching the videos and reading the stories on this page. For more information about our client outcomes, read our latest annual report.