To help our clients reach their goals we offer a variety of education and support opportunities.
- Both shelters have dedicated classroom space for life skills education including Computers 101, Job Seekers, and Money Management. The Money Management course is required for all adult clients.
- Reflections is a self-study work course which generates conversations with a staff member on topics related to character building values.
- Support Group is a weekly confidential small group led by a qualified staff member or volunteer to assist clients in working through addiction, mental health concerns, or other struggles.
- Bible Study is provided by community members sharing their faith with a small group on site and is offered several times per week.
- Basic Life Skills are expectations managed under the direction of a staff member. Individuals are encouraged and expected to be accountable for personal hygiene, care of personal belongings, and managing personal finances. Guidance is provided when necessary. Weekly chores are also assigned to each client. These skills are necessary for future self-sufficiency.
- Parenting Partnerships is a self-study course managed by a staff member to assist parents in a variety of parenting topics and concerns based on the level of need and age of the child.
“Education breeds confidence. Confidence breeds hope. Hope breeds peace.” – Confucius