We have something exciting planned for this June: a way for you to do what you love and support youth and families in crisis at the same time. It’s called the Do What You Love Challenge, and it’s an opportunity for you to contribute to our mission and welcome summertime with your family and friends in a way that feels comfortable and meaningful for you.
Our residential programs provide housing, counseling, and life skills support for teenagers experiencing crisis and young people experiencing homelessness, including pregnant and parenting young women and their children.
Our community-based programs provide after-school homework help, life skills support, and safe havens for 2nd-12th graders in vulnerable communities, as well as drop-in support for their families.
Jimena is a young mother, working hard to provide for her two children. In many ways her life is what she hoped it would be, but it wasn’t always like that. Jimena experienced homelessness for nearly five years and her story gives us an important look at what it’s like to be homeless as a young person.