CEO Report-May 2020
Our Mission Carole's House of Hope provides transitional living for young women and mothers who have aged out of foster care or have become homeless.Our home-like environment, paired with innovative programs and services, encourages self-sufficiency and independence, promotes healing and ultimately restores hope.
To ignite hope in women and mothers and inspire them to discover their individual promise, purpose and power to influence their families, impact their communities and change their world.
Women 19-26 and children to age 9
CHH 18-month program for women and mothers that have aged out of foster care or have become homeless.
$250 monthly fee includes: case management, room, bedding, therapy, 24-hour staff, variety of groups
Dollars saved and provided to participants to utilize towards move out expenses (w/9mth commitment)
Program Updates and Needs
Currently 8 women and 7 children
Continue updates to 2019 AOP
Due to COVID-19 we are limiting participants to 10 so that all participants have private bathrooms
Limiting fulltime staff in office time to no more than 3 days in a row with 4 days out of office to minimize contact with others
No leadership staff changes-Program staff at full capacity
Community partners are not coming on-site for groups during this time
Current program staff does groups some in person some by Zoom
As of 5/11/2020 Staff tested and negative for COVID-19
First National $20,000
Union Pacific $20,000
• Kiewit $30,000
Applications to be submitted
First National $10,000
Weitz 20,000-Approved...to receive in May
Kim Foundation $25,000...received in January
Roof work is completely insurance approved. Products are ordered and work should begin week of May 18th