Climbing upwards

Alana always knew she wanted something different for her life. But everyone she tried to rely on withdrew from her or made her suffer for their own misery. Alana’s mom was lost most days, fighting battles in her mind. She suffered from mental health challenges, so she was distant and unavailable, and she was incapable [...]

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United Nations grant for sex trafficking victims

Young sex trafficking victims in our care will get more help thanks to a multi-year grant from the United Nations. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons recently awarded us a $60,000 grant over the next three years to support our work with young, [...]

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What it takes to be a gentleman

On the sidelines of a soccer game, in the concession lineup of a movie theatre, while preparing a meal in our kitchen—our male youth workers steal quiet moments to teach young men who are staying with us about respect, responsibility and kindness. Our Gentlemen’s Group offers fun activities, helpful workshops and discussion groups for our [...]

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“The Covey” House Burger

Our chef has finally agreed to take his recipe public! You too can now enjoy the ultimate homemade burger our youth adore. Epics will be written about your next legendary BBQ with this patty as your hero!

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Seeking calmer shores

When Calvin was just four years old, he witnessed his mother’s boyfriend chase her down the street and around a bend with a kitchen knife. His mother had known only abuse from men, and she made her sons pay for her pain.

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