Our Circles Program networks participants working to move out into a sust, with our volunteers every Wednesday night for dinner, child care, ongoing training, non-financial support, and encouragement. After a two-year commitment, we hope participants would continue to use their voice and experience to support Circles.
(1) To grow friendships in which Circle Leaders and Allies can walk together and thereby support and empower each other to reach individual and self-determined goals for becoming more economically stable one family at a time.
(2) To hear presentations from which the entire Circles community, as well as the local community, can learn.
(3) To address systemic obstacles that keep families trapped in poverty. In short, Circles is a model for family stabilization that also supports community transformation.