Unity Care’s THP-Plus housing program helped Megan recover from alcoholism and a trauma-filled adolescence.
Unity Care’s Hip Hop 360 education program transformed Daniel from a timid young boy to a role model for other underserved youth.
Alexis was a struggling young mother who found employment, job training, and housing through the Nia Project, Unity Care’s Differential Response program.
Charity went from a state of desperation to become a graduate of Unity Care and a Certified Nursing Assistant.
Bounced around as a child, Adrianna lacked stable adult relationships before coming to Unity Care.
Left to find her own path, Denisse looked for guidance to create a path to self-sufficiency.
When he came to Unity Care, Alex was homeless at just 15 years old. His father was in and out of jail, his mother was living on the streets, while Alex and his brother lived with his aunt. After getting arrested, he was put into the foster care system, leaving him to find his path on his own.
Jo was placed into foster care with her mother unable to care for her due to bipolar disorder. She shares her story about her relationship with her mother, how Jo was diagnosed with the same disorder, and how she is overcoming this obstacle to become a successful independent adult.
On Valentine’s Day 2017, foster parents Jillian and Mike received a call from Robin, their Unity Care Foster Parent Advocate, asking them to take in 12-year-old Savannah for a few days as a “cooling off period” from her current placement. As Jillian stated, “From that moment, our lives changed forever.” Initially reluctant to take in a depressed and troubled preteen, the family adored Savannah from the start. Within three days, Savannah was calling Jillian mom and begging to stay.