Behavioral change conversation at the Rella House of Hope has been a stepping stone for many occupants to think of their journey in and out of the shelter as behavior is key is making right decisions that could impact on one’s recovery, business and also mindset.
Occupant Admission where we have had about 17 occupants in the course of the year. The different shelter occupants came for various reasons that include homelessness, healing and rest. Shelters are much needed as they have been a home and has created sense of belonging to the various shelter occupants.
Trainings have been a huge part of movement building the LBQT community and through these trainings we have managed to improve on our existing knowledge and also build capacity of the different community members that we serve.