- Complete 14 weeks of classes
Every person who graduates from our residential program attends morning classes each weekday. They study life skills, addiction prevention, Christian principles and more.
- Participate in work therapy
On-the-job training in our thrift stores each afternoon allows us to observe work ethic and skillsets. This also allows us to provide an accurate job referral.
- Meet regularly with our onsite counselor
Homelessness causes trauma, and our licensed Mental Health counselor meets with each client to address individual concerns and challenges. Together they ask God for emotional healing.
- Create personal improvement plans
Each client meets with our case manager to create personal improvement plans. Once they complete the goals, they set new ones with another plan. Success includes achieving goals.
- Find and keep a job
Clients practice job interviews and resume writing and only graduate after they’ve been hired and kept a job for at least one month.