During their involvement with Lucy’s Hearth, mothers work toward their high school equivalency degrees, improve English language skills, learn job search and financial management skills and obtain employment. Their children attend school, receive assistance with homework, take field trips, and receive clothing and toys. Mental health and Early Intervention services are provided on-site, and shelter staff works to ensure the mothers and children have access to health care services through community resources.
We track the progress of our residents, measuring areas such as parenting skills, income, life skills, employment, mental health, credit rating, educational improvements and more.
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