Our work aims to impact four major issue areas – Basic Needs; Self-Sufficiency; Emergent Community Issues; Community Health & Safety – in ways that are achievable, measurable, and cost effective. These areas have been selected based on client needs and their feedback.

Basic Needs
Addressing the quality and level of the individual’s or family’s access to health, food, shelter and safety.

Self-Sufficiency
Not only working toward financial stability, but also the pursuit of one’s growth as a person (self-actualization) and as a member of a community.

Emergent Community Issues
Addressing community wide issues that impact the safety, health or general wellbeing of all or large segments of the community.

Community Health & Safety
Promoting healthy behaviors and engagement in the community.