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.
Today, HELP USA, a leading provider of homes, jobs, and services to homeless families, veterans, and victims of domestic violence, offered a sneak preview of its fourth residence in Philadelphia.
Please read this powerful story from Deborah Derricott, a U.S. Army Veteran who overcame homelessness and sexual assault. Ms. Derricott is pictured second from left, along with HELP USA veterans Luis Crossman and Joel McKiver, and actor Steve Buschemi, at the HELP HEROES Tribute Dinner, March 2014.