Baptist Children’s Home, Inc. Family Care – Supply housing, transportation assistance, and support in securing/maintaining employment & childcare. Families will also be provided assistance in utilization of local resources, education in parenting, money management, and counseling for single mothers who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless.
BOTSO (Brothers Organized to Serve Others) Family Empowerment – Educate and support families, mostly headed by single mothers of court-involved youth, on the justice system process, and provide them with needed resources and guidance to maintain a productive relationship with their child. A Parent Mentor will serve as a case manager and educate families on what to expect during the justice process, their options, and provide resources to help them in the system.
Divine Drops Women’s Health for High Point – To provide educational resources and sustainable menstrual products to 1,500 of the most vulnerable women and girls in the greater High Point area. These women will receive easy to understand and accessible health education that focuses on prevention and holistic measures that women can take to be in control of their mind, body and spiritual health.
West End Ministries Women’s Behavioral Counseling Program – Provides an additional year of counseling services to women residing at Leslie’s House, a women’s only homeless shelter. In the past year, West End Ministries has partnered with Family Service of High Point to give women access to mental health counseling free of charge in a safe and welcoming space.
“We’re very excited about the new Women’s Fund of the HPCF as we will be expanding the scope of our granting to include the multitude of women needs we see right here in High Point,” stated Paul Lessard, President, HPCF. “Women play such key role in our community, especially those who are heading up single parent families. It is our goal to work with organizations who are currently serving women’s needs and identify granting opportunities that will make the most impact.”