OUT OF HOME HYGIENE RELIEF – TEMPORARY STATIONARY OR POP UP LOCATIONS TO SERVICE THE OUT OF HOME POPULATION FOR SANITARY CLEAN UP, SHOWERS, MEALS, CLOTHING CARE PACKAGES, SHELTER RESOURCE REFERRALS
Family Hands Foundation, Inc. understands when you look good, you feel good. In an effort to help our out of home population feel good about themselves, we provide mobile hygiene shower opportunities. This will give out of home individuals an opportunity to freshen up so they are able to seek employment, health care, or just reconnect with themselves in order to regain control of their lives. Hygiene care packages, clean undergarments and a meal are given to each out of home member who receives a shower. Referrals for medical treatment and psychiatric support are provided on-site at mobile hygiene locations.
RE-ENTRY PROGRAM – READY TO WORK PROGRAMS SUCH AS ASSISTANCE WITH OBTAINING IDENTIFICATION, DRIVER LICENCE, JOB TRAINING REFERRALS, JOB PREPARATION CLASSES, RESUME WRITING ASSISTANCE AND MUCH MORE…
Family Hands Foundation, Inc. understands that when you have fallen on rough times and need to get your life restarted or if you have met an unfortunate situation that caused you to spend some time away from home, you will often need assistance re-acclimating to society. We aid with resume writing, assistance with obtaining proper identification so you can apply for employment. It is our goal to close the skills gap by challenging the stigmas and stereotypes that discourage people from pursuing the millions of available jobs that most think are unattainable.
END OF LIFE INTERNMENT GRANTS – PROVIDE FIXED GRANTS TO INTELLECTUAL DELAYED INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE NO KNOWN FAMILY OR FAMILY SUPPORT AT AN UNTIMELY END OF LIFE FOR BURIAL/CREMATION PURPOSES.
Too often life brings about an untimely death and the finances are not available to give a proper internment service to members of the Intellectually Delayed population. FHF has dedicated funding called “Deborah’s Wings” in honor of one of our loved residents who met a very untimely death at the early age of 26 years old. These grants are provided to the Intellectual Delayed population to afford proper internment services when there is no family or financial ability to intern.