Hope’s Crossing, a 501(c) 3 organization, was founded in 2010 to meet the needs of women in transition from prisons, addictions or homelessness to a life of work, family and community. Hope’s Crossing offers job skills training, housing assistance and, most importantly, a program of emotional support geared toward creating a new belief system that promotes whole and healthy living. Through our unique, comprehensive approach, we give women all the tools they need for a new beginning and sustainability.
Over the past five years, Hope’s Crossing has assisted hundreds of women of all ages to develop self worth-worth, personal accountability, and restoration of hope in the family. We seek to prevent substance abuse, chronic unemployment, and recidivism in order to develop that self-worth which strengthens families and improve our community.
Domestic violence and poverty are both part of many people’s lives all over the world, regardless of the culture or background. However, some social demographics are more likely to experience domestic violence on a daily basis that others and poverty is one of the areas that has an impact.
With 14.2 % of the female population in Arizona living in poverty, families are struggling to access all the resources necessary to live healthy and productive lives. We must extend our Hand of Hope to help families access education, employment, safe and affordable housing, and most importantly physical and mental health services. Lock arms with Hope’s Crossing to ensure there will be No Woman Left Behind.
By supporting this campaign, you are elevating women out of poverty and giving them access to the resources necessary to become contributing leaders in our community. Engage with us on our social media platforms, tell the important stories of those you know and most of all… Help us ensure there will be “No Woman Left Behind”.