CityHouse's program is designed to instill life-changing skills, values, and character into the women we serve.
The CityHouse program intends to have generational effects on the single mothers and children we serve as we work to break the cycles of poverty and assist the families to independence.
(20 mothers, 27 children)
(14 mothers, 24 children)
(7 mothers, 10 children)
CityHouse offers the opportunity to address underlying issues and build a plan for the future.
Our services have intentional, secondary impact on two additional groups of people.
Our program is intended to
have generational effects on the families as we work to
break the cycles of poverty
and assist families to
We see effects of our services on the people within the spheres of influence of each resident. As their friends or relatives see the changes in their lives, they are also impacted.
"The last three months have been a time of personal growth for me. Thanks to working with the family advocates, I have been consistent with my finances by saving and budgeting. I have also started attending weekly groups, bringing me great joy. The CityHouse community has helped me find motivation and recognize my strength as a woman. I feel grateful to have a community that loves me and my children for who we are. "
THE PROGRAM EVALUATIONS
Families are evaluated throughout the CityHouse program to assess an assortment of metrics for self-sufficiency, from essential services to self-actualization.
WHAT ARE WE EVALUATING?
Access to Services
Life Skill Development
THE PROGRAM OUTCOMES
Mother's have expanded their education through obtaining high school diplomas, enrolling in college, and completing specialized certifications.
Mother's have worked with budgeting mentors to meet financial milestones such as buying cars, repairing credit, opening savings accounts, and paying off debt.
Mothers have secured stable employment for the first time in their lives.
The kids have rapidly increased reading levels, earned achievement awards in school, and learned proper sportsmanship through community sports leagues.
CityHouse, in partnership with Boca Raton Community Church, established Phase II of the Boca campus to house an additional four families.
Five families graduated from our CityHouse Residential and Community Care Programs.
Provided 1,700 hours of therapeutic services to all the CityHouse families.
Hired a case manager that operates at the Boca Raton Campus.
Welcomed three new families to the Community Care Program.
CityHouse, in partnership with Boca Raton Community Church, will begin Phase III of the Boca campus to house an additional three families and a community space at the end of 2023.
Opening a new campus in partnership with Rio Vista Church in Fort Lauderdale.
Five families will be graduating from the CityHouse Residential Program.
Providing over 3,500 hours of therapeutic services for all the families at CityHouse.
44 children will be receiving specialized care in the CityHouse Children's Program.