When families become homeless, the kids in those families are at a tremendous risk of following the same path.
HEARTH provides transitional and permanent housing for families who are survivors of domestic violence and experiencing homelessness, but HEARTH is more than a place to sleep.
HEARTH empowers Program Participants to become independent and self-sufficient through support, education and accountability; breaking the cycle of poverty.
Program Participants receive resources at HEARTH and in the community providing food, clothing, health services, transportation and much more.
At HEARTH a Program Participant is required to return to school, and attend weekly meetings to help gain real life skills.
HEARTH provides fully furnished apartments, allowing Program Participants to be head of their household while providing opportunities to interact and support each other.