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We work with our community partners to supplement their programs with stress management and holistic health programs and tools free of charge. We have a unique partnership model that is impactful and customizable to meet our joint business and cause goals.

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  • Personalized solutions: We collaborate with our partners to assess their needs and challenges and deliver customized wellness solutions for them and their clients.

  • Positive environment: We create a healthy, nurturing shelter environment that celebrates, empowers, and champions women and their wellbeing.

  • Decreased shelter seekers repeat rate: Our programs and resources enable women to become self-sufficient, which decreases their likelihood of returning to shelters.

  • Mission support: We help our community partners fulfill their mission by providing relevant, meaningful services focused on women’s long-term success.

  • Lighter load: We free up resources and staff time by taking on an active role in supporting clients' wellbeing.

Current partners

  • LifeMoves

    The unique LifeMoves program design combines interim housing with comprehensive services that enable homeless families and individuals to find a rapid return to stable housing and self-sufficiency.

  • Bill Wilson Center

    Bill Wilson Center supports and strengthens the community by serving youth and families through counseling, housing, education, and advocacy.

  • Family Supportive Housing

    Family Supportive Housing  provides shelter and supportive services to homeless families in Santa Clara County, to empower them to move from homelessness to self-sufficiency in our community.

  • Oakland Elizabeth House

    Oakland Elizabeth House is a residence for women with children who have experienced homelessness, violence, addiction and/or poverty. Its mission is to support women and children in their transition to independence.

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    HomeFirst™ is a leading provider of services, shelter, and housing opportunities to the homeless and those at risk of homelessness in Santa Clara County.

  • LifeLong East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP)/Project Pride supports the self-sufficiency and wellness of individuals and families by providing comprehensive and integrated services for mental health, substance use and related health conditions while addressing housing and employment.

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    Women’s Cancer Resource Center helps women with cancer improve their quality of life through education, supportive services, and practical assistance. We help people with cancer navigate through the often overwhelming health care system so that you can get the appropriate care and treatment you need.

  • The Charlotte Maxwell Clinic is a free women’s clinic that specializes in offering life-enhancing complementary therapies for low-income, underserved, and immigrant San Francisco Bay Area women with cancer. Located in Oakland, California, our services are provided by a dedicated pool of volunteers who are licensed and certified practitioners of holistic modalities.

  • We are a community dedicated to providing help, information, and hope throughout the entire cancer journey so you never feel alone. No matter what kind of cancer, or where you are in your cancer journey, we are here for you. You and your loved ones can participate in a variety of programs designed to help you learn more about cancer and its treatment – all while connecting with and learning from others as you face cancer together.

  • Family Tree is a non-profit human services agency providing innovative, life-changing services designed to end child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness.  As we’ve been rooted in the metro Denver community since 1976, we recognize the intersection among child abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness. And, based on our expertise, we change how individuals, families, and communities see, respond to, and overcome these challenges.

  • Siena House is a residential program providing a stable environment of health, support, and education for pregnant women and their babies who are experiencing homelessness. At Siena House, our mission is to give new mothers experiencing homelessness a solid foundation as parents, and their babies the best start in life, by providing a supportive environment throughout pregnancy and a baby’s critical first year of development.