Which Children are Vulnerable?

According to HUD, Not all of these Childern are Vulnerable,

Couchsurfing

Couchsurfing

With no control over their housing, families double up in order to avoid shelter.
NOT HOMELESS
Living in the car

Living in the car

Lack of affordable housing forces families to sleep in their cars.
HOMELESS
Staying in a Shelter

Staying in a Shelter

Traditional shelters often separate fmailies based on age and gender.
HOMELESS
Paying for a motel Room

Paying for a motel Room

Motel are expensive & unsafe options for families with children
NOT HOMELESS

ALL OF THESE CHILDREN ARE VULNERABLE!

FAMILY PROMISE DOES HELP PROTECT THE CHILDREN

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Did You Know?

In a typical Family Promise program over half of the guests are children, most of whom are under the age of 6
750,000-1,000,000 U.S. children experience homelessness each year
Families account for 40% of our nation’s homeless people

YOU can Volunteer!

We have volunteer opportunities for all ages, talents, interests and experiences. Please email Raquel Da Silva, Executive Director at raquelfamilypromise@gmail.com or call 385-298-1081 and we can get you scheduled to help in our day center, join a team to host families in the evening, teach life skills classes to our families and help move families into new residences.
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