Teen Outreach: Support for Youth & Young Adults
Between the ages of 12 and 21 and experiencing homelessness? (couch surfing, staying with friends, sleeping outside or in a car, living in a shelter or getting ready to exit foster care)
Do you need assistance with:
Housing, food, personal care items, medical or dental care, counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, transportation, education or employment?
Outreach, service engagement, referral, advocacy, and case management.
PLEASE CONTACT CAMP FIRE: (253) 597-6234 or email@example.com
The WoHeLo Center is an appointment only center for youth and young adults 12 to 21 years old. WE PROVIDE ASSISTANCE WITH: Housing, food, personal care items, medical or dental care, counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, transportation, education and employment.
WoHeLo is Camp Fire's watchword; it means work, health, and love. We want to work with you to select positive goals, use strategies and help shift gears when the road is difficult. Our staff knows that your health and wellness are of the utmost importance and will encourage you in making safe decisions. Love: Camp Fire works to realize the dignity and worth of each individual and to eliminate human barriers based on all assumptions which prejudge individuals. Our program standards are designed and implemented to reduce sexual, racial, religious, and cultural stereotypes and to foster positive intercultural relationships. In Camp Fire, everyone is welcome.
Feminine Hygiene Products: All brands of tampons and pads are appreciated.
Read more why this is so important: For Homeless Women, Getting Their Period Is One Of The Most Difficult Challenges: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/01/14/homeless-women-tampons_n_6465230.html
Gift Cards from Old Navy, Target, and Fred Meyer. Gift cards will be used for clothing, shoes, job and school readiness supplies. The Teen Outreach Program is a dignity restorative program. Starting at a new school or a job in new, well fitting clothing makes a huge difference in lives of our youth. New, well fitting clothes and shoes promote self-esteem and help youth feel equal to their peers. Additionally, at this time we do not have the space to store a large surplus of donated clothing items.
Contact Camp Fire to help: (253) 597-6234 or firstname.lastname@example.org