Moving from surviving to thriving as a homeless woman with children can be a challenging journey, but it is possible. We offer resources that can provide emergency housing, food, and healthcare services, as well as help with job training, education, and childcare. Building a network of support is crucial, and connecting with other families who have faced similar challenges can provide a sense of community and empowerment. It is also important to prioritize self-care and mental health, seeking counseling or therapy if needed. Finally, setting achievable goals and creating a plan to achieve them can provide a sense of purpose and motivation. With determination, support, and a strong sense of resilience, a homeless woman with children can overcome adversity and move towards a thriving future.
The Rescue Mission, in partnership with Parkview Behavioral Health, offers a mental health-focused program for women and children facing homelessness.
If you or a loved one are in a homeless crisis, dealing with hunger, or need other services, The Rescue Mission can help. Our emergency services help those in the community that need a meal, shelter, or a safe place to get off the streets.
For many women, the Rescue Mission is their last hope. They’re unemployed. Addicted. Wrestling with problems. Our residential programs help women get to the core of their problems and recover wholly.