The kids’ kloset helps families with school uniforms
Janice can’t work, and receives government disability assistance. She struggles to provide basic necessities for her children, like food and clothing. Her children receive services from Metrocare and The Kids’ Kloset provides them with a new uniform each year, as well as additional donated clothing.
From the streets to a new home
Thomas lived on the streets five years before moving into Metrocare’s Safe Haven transitional supportive housing program. The Outreach staff never gave up on helping Thomas, a veteran diagnosed with post-traumatic stress and bipolar disorder.
The Center for Children with Autism brings hope to families
Before coming to The Center for Children with Autism at Metrocare (CCAM), John’s mother couldn’t communicate with her son. He was not connecting to anyone and did not speak at all until her birthday, when he finally said “mommy” for the first time, at the age of eight. It was then that she realized John had to keep working with the CCAM, if there was any hope for his future.