For the past fifteen years, Sacred Heart’s Family Support Program has collaborated with hundreds of families to achieve safety and stability, strengthen family wellness and support their empowerment as they become leaders. The Family Support Program provides essential services, self-sufficiency activities, and leadership development. Participants in the program have access to case management and receive… Read more »
“What was she wearing?” These are the four little words that epitomize rape culture. A culture that is summarized by victim blaming, the sexual objectification of women, and the notion that short or tight clothing equals consent. According to the National Crime Victimization Survey, over 237,000 men and women are raped or sexually assaulted each… Read more »
A group of staff got together yesterday after a weekend long of hearing news about the tragedy of the 43 missing students Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico, a southern Mexican state. Many of you may also have been following various reports of the 43 missing student teachers from southern México since they first disappeared on September 26th…. Read more »
Every year people living in the US fall through the cracks of the mental health system. Approximately one in four Americans will be affected by mental illness this year, and while many can afford the cost of treatment, the homeless and low-income population is often left to suffer undiagnosed and untreated. Is it really fair… Read more »
Sacred Heart’s Summer/Fall 2014 newsletter is here!