Where We Help
A normal child wakes up, then he goes to school, plays with his friends, goes home for dinner, engages with his family and is off to bed to start it all over again the next day.
Children in hospitals, shelters and low income/high-risk homes are not afforded that luxury. These children’s lives are met with anxiety and upset from the moment they open their eyes.
These children are at a great disadvantage to receive the messages of life that they can achieve success in life; be it a normal life physically or a normal life socially.
These are the areas we focus our attention.
These are areas that can turn normal children into children-in-need because it is their experiences in these circumstances that can cause them to make decisions that life is insurmountable.