what's new at people serving people
“We wanted to create a space that provided physical and emotional safety. It was a wonderful opportunity to illustrate how design can change people’s lives…” See how the MN chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers redesigned our two activity rooms for youth.
value of parent engagement
One half of children from low-income homes are not “ready to succeed in school,” according to kindergarten teachers. Effective parent engagement programs, like People Serving People’s program, help address this need.
What does it mean for People Serving People to work on systems change initiatives? The lives and experiences of our shelter families and program participants are shaped by the interconnected systems with which they interact. Often these systems create and perpetuate economic and educational disparities, among others.
wilder research triennial homeless study
Understand the prevalence, causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness.
early childhood effects on health equity
The first few years of life are crucial in establishing a child’s path toward—or away from—health and well-being across the entire lifespan.