Help us reach our goal of providing housing for women in need.
The WomenFirst Clean and Sober Continuum Care Program will provide a place for women to stay after completing transitional housing programs, treatment, or working with the state to reunite with their children. Currently, there is a lack of long-term continuum care for women and children; they often wait months for their names to be called on the housing waiting list. This wait can lead to behaviors that create a cycle of destruction.
Will you help us reach our $150,000 goal?
We believe the community needs more opportunities and alternatives where women can continue to face their obstacles, rebuild their lives, and strive for success.
Our Peer Mentor Anita Ward (left) continues to provide support, advocacy, and encouragement to our women (right) after being released so they can build relationships with their family and work to become productive citizens in the communities in which they live.
And, through our partnership with Bridges to Change, we will offer services to strengthen individuals affected by mental health, poverty, and homelessness.