In mid-July, we launched a new initiative, COVID-19 BLACK, to raise awareness about COVID -19 and reduce its spread within the African American community. Learn about COVID-19 BLACK and Unity Care’s commitment to fighting systemic racism.
These include the closure of smaller foster service agencies that are essential to serving culturally diverse populations and significantly increased stress placed on young people who are already struggling to find housing they can afford
Unity Care’s mission is to provide quality youth and family programs for the purpose of creating healthier communities through lifelong partnerships. Our goals are to provide safe, secure, and positive living environments; educate and support underserved youth; and prepare young people to pursue professions in which minorities are chronically underrepresented.
LAURIE UDESKY (ACES CONNECTION STAFF) 8/11/202:25 PM As the COVID-19 pandemic began its devastating sweep through African American communities in April, Andre Chapman, CEO of the
youth and families’ lives were improved by Unity Care in 2018-2019.
of our youth have obtained safe, stable, and secure housing.
of age-eligible youth are working, in school, or seeking employment.
are benefiting from our services focused on their mental well-being.
have developed positive permanent adult connections.