A Sanctuary In Time Of Need
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The goal is to minimize homeless people's struggles to meet their physical needs, thereby allowing them to direct more of their time and energy to recovery. Existing programs include: the Menís and Womenís Day Centers In Wilmington, The Newark Empowerment Center, the Sunday Breakfast Program, Winter Sanctuary, Andrew's Place Shelter for the Elderly, The Clothing Bank of Delaware, the Home Base Program, the Client Savings Bank, The Medical Assistance Fund.
The goal is to help homeless people identify causes of their homeless conditions that are within their control and develop short-term strategies for resolving these issues. Existing Programs include: the Menís and Womenís Day Centers in Wilmington, the Newark Empowerment Program, the Job Readiness Program, Prison Outreach Ministry.
The goal is to provide homeless persons who are striving to implement the short-term strategies which they have developed in Stage I with the necessary resources and appropriate living environments. Existing Programs include: the Newark Empowerment Center, Corner House Criswell House, Burton House &Daughtry House for men, Epiphany House,Ashford House and Patterson House for women and children, the Clothing Bank of Delaware Employment Program, Credit Restoration Fund and Empowerment Grant Program.
The goal is to provide a living environment where graduates of Stage II programs can expand their problem-solving strategies into personal philosophies of living that will enable them to achieve their long-range goals. Existing programs include: Concord House and Palmer House for women and children, Burton and Daughtry Houses for men, Credit Restoration Fund, Empowerment Fund and Richard Stewart Jr Memorial Fund.
The goal is to support formerly homeless persons in implementing their life strategies in the independent settings of their new careers and homes. Existing Programs include: the Transitional Housing Aftercare Program, the Graduatesí Alumni Associations, the Credit Restoration Fund, Richard Stewart Jr Memorial Fund, The Samaritan Fund and the Empowerment Matching Grant Program.
The goal is to help formerly homeless persons incorporate change and choice into their life-strategies so that they will possess the ability to weather their first major life crises after returning to independent living. Existing Programs include: the Transitional Housing Aftercare Program, the Graduatesí Alumni Associations, the Credit Restoration Fund, the Richard Stewart Jr Memorial Fund, the Samaritan Fund and the Empowerment Matching Grant Program