Community Women Against Hardship
• To provide personalized and evidence-based programs and services to enable families struggling with poverty to become more self-sufficient
• To be a respected national model for helping families become self sufficient.
Helping children achieve success begins with helping parents become successful. Community Women Against Hardship's Parent Opportunity Program helps low to moderate income families gain success in the most important ways that support children: achieving economic and personal stability, improving their standard of living, and becoming better parents and strong, stable community members. Participants identify, set and ultimately meet goals through engaging in our educational and developmental classes which focus on interpersonal and family relationships, education, job readiness, entrepreneurship, personal fitness and nutrition, and mental health. Our approach - focusing on quality and not quantity - ensures greater success and results in improved self-efficacy, parenting skills, community involvement and initiative in the lives of women and men, who then positively impact families and the larger community.
Sunday 10/25 - Bridgett Handley
Monday 10/26 - Georgette Truss
Tuesday 10/27 - Ethel Miller
Wednesday 10/28 - Linda Robinson
Thursday 10/29 - Michelle Beckton
Friday 10/30 - Tiffany Ingrum
Saturday 10/31 - Chandra Thurman
Sunday 11/1 - Artricia Perkins