Mission: Pacific Lifeline, a faith-based ministry, empowers women and their children facing chronic homelessness and helps them achieve personal and social stability.
Results: Snapshot of Services in 2014 • Nine women received weekly case management, individual therapy, and group therapy sessions. • Sixteen children received weekly tutoring and individual therapy, and participated in weekly group activities. • Nine women participated in regularly-scheduled life skills workshops • Of the nine families served in 2014, four moved into permanent housing, three continue to live in the shelter, one lives in our re-entry home, and one was dismissed for program non-compliance. • 69 children received back to school supplies and clothing. • 38 families had access to food, clothing and basic necessities, household items, Thanksgiving food and Christmas gifts, and community resource referrals. • Volunteers served over 600 hours.
Target demographics: women facing chronic homeless to secure personal and social stability
Direct beneficiaries per year: nine women and sixteen children in our shelter program, and 38 families in our extended care program
Geographic areas served: providing long term and permanent housing for women and their children
Programs: case management, therapy, life skills workshops, parenting support, tutoring, group activities, etc.