For women in any type of transition, whether reentry, homelessness or insecure housing, the current economic and environmental circumstance adds another level of obstacles and distress.
Imagine coming home from a prison sentence, only to find you can't visit and hug the loved ones you've longed to see. You can't get identification, unemployment is at an all-time high and public transportation is a health risk. Imagine that all the goals you set for those first 30 days are further down the road than you can see.
Women of Hope has continued to open its doors to women returning home and the need is even greater now to help them stay grounded and supported during this time. Our services still include case management, recovery meetings, housing, meals and clothing assistance.
Can you help us continue to provide housing, meals and other assistance for our clients?