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Our Families, Our Stories

Homelessness is more than a just man standing on a street corner, it’s entire families.

Often they are led by a single parent with multiple children and no support system. They are fighting to survive. Without intervention, the trauma of homelessness can cause life-long mental, physical, and emotional damage. 

Housing is essential to ending homelessness. Still, families also need food, employment, childcare, education, transportation, mental and health care, and supportive relationships in order to thrive.  

Vogel Alcove’s services and programs are helping families heal their trauma,  empowering parents to build stability, and letting kids just be kids.

Below is a collection of personal experiences, photos, and videos about the families at Vogel Alcove. Click each image to read the story.

Vogel Alcove families work hard every day to build a better future. Share their stories.

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Why We Exist

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Homeless children may be any or all of these:

Hungry
Sick
Worried
Aggressive
Withdrawn

Scared
Developmentally Delayed
Struggling in school
Overwhelmed
Confused

Our therapeutic educational programs are specifically designed to support children experiencing trauma. We give back to what homelessness has taken from them:

Routines
Privacy
Respect
Comfort
Friendships

Resources
Routines
Community
A chance to learn & grow
A chance to be a kid