Home-Life Management Center
Home-Life Management Center is an innovative residential program designed for emergency and transitional housing. Our program provides a spectrum of supportive services in a safe and stable environment for women and men with children and two-parent families who find themselves destitute. These services are designed to teach valuable life skills and assist the families to become gainfully employed, permanently housed and completely self-sufficient.
Residents work intensively with Case Managers to assess their housing and support service needs to determine referral support and chart a course to achieve specific goals.
Life Skills Workshops
Parenting, Money Management, Anger & Conflict Management, Self-Esteem, Substance Abuse Prevention and Health & Wellness
Offers hands-on instructional experience in household cleaning principles, grounds keeping and minor property maintenance and repair.
Teaches how to efficiently function and operate equipment in a commercial-grade kitchen along with nutritional training, meal planning, food shopping and meal preparation.
Domestic Violence Case Management
Survivors of domestic violence receive safety education, individual and group counseling and matched savings programs to help break the cycle of violence.
YWCA’s New Beginnings Garden provides a source of nutritious food and hands-on educational resources on organic gardening practices.
For more information about Home-Life Management Center or our services, please call 302.658.7110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.