Together we can create a community where neighbors are treated with dignity and respect.
A family sent this letter: I first came into contact with MOM eighteen years ago. I was in a bad place financially, mentally and emotionally. Financially, MOM helped me find housing, helped with my security deposit, provided me with food from the food pantry. But MOM helped me with something that lasted much longer than the apartment, the security deposit or the food. MOM helped me find my self-respect again. They helped me find the courage to leave an unhealthy relationship and find my independence. Most of all, they gave me hope.
Nearly two decades later, I am a successful professional. I own my own home and have raised two amazing kids. I owe all of my success to MOM. Had they not been there with a helping hand when I needed it most, who knows where I would be now. When you work with MOM, you're not just a number. You are treated with dignity and respect and are not made to feel as if you are less than. Any time I encounter somebody in the community who is struggling, I make sure to tell them about MOM and their services.
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