Services We Offer
Over the past 25 years, Reynolds Home Program volunteers and salaried staff have worked with women to ensure that they move toward economic stability, family cohesion and a healthy wellbeing so that they can support and care for their children on their own. The shelter provides a safe, secure and healthy environment in which the family can rediscover tranquility and the bonds that may have been shattered by trauma.
Family Workers engage their time helping women discover their own goals for themselves and their children which then translate into an individual self-sufficiency plan to achieve them. They guide them as they consider housing opportunities and options. The Family Worker also plays an important role in helping women budget and save a significant part of their resources for effective use. Quality services offered to the women and their children have increased during the focus on “The Year of the Children.”. Each child receives specific attention for needs exhibited during observation periods or formal assessments.
Each woman secures fulltime employment or completes her education, works to stabilize her immigration status or other legal matters, finds access to a viable, affordable living situation and budgets emergency funds to prevent other instances of homelessness.