Human Services 

What we do

Together we deliver an integrated community safety-net delivery system of social services, supportive housing and health care services to at-risk youth, families, and individuals.

We lift the barriers to:

  • End the cycle of poverty
  • Create good health and ongoing wellness
  • Prevent or end homelessness
  • Assist low income residents to make their housing energy efficient
  • Provide educational and training opportunities
  • Secure employment and an adequate income
  • Treat substance abuse and mental illness
  • Prevent unintended teen pregnancy
  • Prevent juvenile delinquency
  • Stop child abuse and neglect

Our services include:

  • Emergency Food, Housing and Energy Assistance
  • Crisis Stabilization and Detoxification
  • Housing and Supportive Living
  • Employment Assistance
  • Financial and Legal Counseling and Education
  • Health Care and Education
  • Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment
  • Services for Seniors
  • Services for People with Disabilities
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Positive Youth Development
  • Individual and Family Counseling
  • Parenting Education
  • Prevention and Intervention from Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation

We are responsive and flexible, with an ability to adapt quickly to help meet community needs.

  • We fund a diversity of human service programs that allows our nonprofit partners to meet the community when and where they need us.
  • Community members have access to all services through each participating network agency. Each agency is an open door to an entire system of helpful and accessible human services.
  • Upon entering a program, participants go through an intake interview and are subsequently referred to all appropriate services as they work toward self-sufficiency.
  • The foundation on which this partnership is built provides the infrastructure for collaboration.
  • The non-profit service organizations are responsive to emerging needs and work quickly to leverage government funds with private charitable and volunteer resources.

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