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Our Programs: What Sets Us Apart

  1. Meeting an identified need in the community/province for young women aging out of the system, given many have spent the majority of their lives under the umbrella of Ministry of Children and Family Development.
  2. Greater potential of success for women to become competent, productive, and contributing members of the community within this emerging adult age bracket, a key component to MOMMS (see Why 19 to 29?).
  3. In helping to break the cycle of homelessness, instability, and poor health experienced by marginalized living, this service will be working intensively with each client in a supported environment.
  4. Recognizing the unique challenges of the women we will be working with, this program provides immediate and long-term assistance in helping them become confident women.
  5. Mentoring program, enabling mentors to pass on the benefits of their experience, inspiring, guiding and sharing their wisdom (see Mentoring).
  6. Continued mentoring after clients complete the program.
  7. Returning the client back to the community with the potential of creating, strengthening, and/or repairing the client's ties that may have been damaged or broken.
  8. Giving back these young women hope, so they can work towards a more stable future.
  9. Benefits, not only impacting the clients, but also impacting the potential to the community through less crime, drugs and alcohol abuse, and even fewer emergency services.
  10. Meeting a need for specialized supportive housing programs in the community/province.
  11. Empowering young women at risk to become competent, productive, and contributing members of the community.
  12. Being different from other supportive housing programs in the community/province, where it has a long-duration, comprehensive empowerment program, recognized therapeutic and healing strategies, a rural setting away from negative influences, a mentorship program, and the potential to practise independent housing.
You see things and say, "Why?" but I dream things and say, "Why not?"
- George Bernard Shaw