Providing hope and renewal to homeless single mothers and their children in Palm Beach County.
of children in the foster care system would be discharged
if their parent was properly housed.
National Center on Family Homelessness, 2011
Let's Break the Cycle
"Yes, the child needs a safe place, but if the mother is not given consistent and intentional mentoring, the child will return to a very similar situation. This means the cycle doesn't end and the child remains at risk. Change takes time, resources, and effort, but if real change is made, it is a better return on investment to help the mother, than just helping the child."
- Dr. Casey Cleveland
Lead Pastor at The Avenue Church
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Closed on the purchase of the main Delray Beach campus.
Opened a triplex in North Delray Beach to house three new families.
Partnered with Boca Raton Community Church and opened a new Boca campus that is currently housing four families and an office for staff.
Awarded the Impact 100 Grant in the category of Family.
Implemented a mentorship program whereby every mother in the program is assigned to a mentor.
Four families ( four mothers and five children) graduated from the residential program and transitioned into the Alumni Care program.
Complete Phase 2 of the Boca Campus expansion where it will grow from four to eight families.
Launch Community Care Program.
Expand staff to include an additional Family Advocate and Operations Manager.
Four families expected to graduate (four mothers and seven children).
Grow Board by 20% in alignment with the growth of CityHouse.
"I have gained stability and safety by CityHouse providing a place for me and my child to call 'home'. Life's struggles have not become any less but have enabled me to share my trials with women who love and empower other women. I have now begun to fix the wreckage of my past and can finally be the mother my child calls me to be."
- CityHouse Resident