Please join us on Thursday, December 4, 2014 at The Plaza Hotel for HELP USA’s Scholarship Awards Luncheon. HELP USA’s Scholarship Fund for survivors of domestic violence recognizes courageous women and men who have overcome homelessness and graduated from our domestic violence program. The Scholarship fund exists to support the graduates’ educational and professional pursuits as they build better lives for themselves and their families.
Housing and Homes
The first step to ending homelessness is to provide stable housing. HELP USA provides award-winning housing that people can confidently call home.
HELP USA provides housing as a foundation, then delivers programs and services that keep people safe, keep people healthy, and build people’s skills.
This week, the Epoch Times featured HELP USA’s Culinary Arts Program at our Wards Island Supportive Employment Center. Click here to read the full article and to view photos!
Roy Smith was a student who came from another shelter for drug treatment. As a student, his skills and effort exceeded any requirement of the class. Upon completion of the class and receiving his food handler’s certificate, he stayed for one more cycle of students to act as a sous chef, focus on managerial skills, and hone his cooking techniques.