“I was kicked out in the rain with no shoes or socks. After homelessness and couch surfing, I landed at Project Hope in Stockton. I am lucky that I was able to access resources offered to me because I knew stable housing was the first step in finding success. My advice to others who are now in the same situation I was in? Put all of you into it. You have to be willing to put the work in. Who knows? You may just be the next President. Perseverance. Resilience. Self-Motivation. Those are the keys.” - Leandra
Based in Stockton, Project Hope provides intensive and comprehensive case management services to assist youth on the edge of homelessness in becoming more self sufficient. Our case managers build a trusting and strong relationship with the youth, helping them with problem-solving and conflict resolution, as well as help each young person to create attainable goals and learn independent life skills. Project Hope encourages personal and economic self-sufficiency through strengthening both youth support systems and their desires to fulfill their potential and abilities.
1. 75% of youth have maintained or increased their income.
2. 49% of youth have earned income.
3. 100% of youth that need completed their GED or High School Diploma are working on attaining it.
4. 90% of the youth have exited into permanent housing.
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