COVID-19 RESPONSE

PROVIDING SHELTER, FOOD, PPE, AND MORE

9,869

meals served in our shelters (April-June)

5,200

curbside meals distributed to families

60

continued to provide shelter for 60 individuals each night through transitional housing

784

at-home learning resource kits delivered

16

laptops distributed to local students

EDUCATION & YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

THE IMPACT OF QUALITY EDUCATION

947

people served

180

Student Achievement (NBSAP)

of after-school students reported As and Bs in reading on report cards

81

Beginners (Preschool)

of exiting Beginners preschool students are kindergarten ready

546

Sports & Fitness Academy

of athletes demonstrated positive, pro-social behavior

140

Arts & Technology (LJATA)

of arts and tech students reported increased knowledge of STEAM careers

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

ADULT EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

237

people served

of participants retained employment at 30 days

completed a career assessment

completed career readiness training

54

individuals gained employment

HOUSING

SERVICES FOR PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS

1,191

people served

945

Support Center

158

Transitional Housing

41

Supportive Housing

47

Family Housing

of support center guests received essential resources such as food, showers, laundry, and technology

of transitional housing guests remained housed for at least 30 days

of supportive housing participants remained housed for the entire year

of families remained housed for the entire year

HEALTH & WELLNESS

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

344

people served

of behavioral health guests reported therapy helped them make better choices

of behavioral health guests reported an increased awareness of the relationship among trauma, choices, and behavior

of behavioral health guests participated in on-site psychotherapy

of support center guests were connected to additional mental health services

HEALTH & WELLNESS

FRESH MARKET

11,000+

people served

900,000+

total pounds of food distributed

15,378

families served

602

guests referred to additional services

22

consistent volunteers from the community

VIOLENCE PREVENTION

PROMOTING PEACE & COMMUNITY

10,438+

people served

78

individuals served with case management services

50

individuals helped with re-entry services

22

individuals served through referrals

63

individuals found employment