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Operation Hope Vista August Highlights

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Vista, CA –When Gabriella found Operation HOPE-North County this spring, she and her young son, Jesse, were leaving behind a traumatic and violent home life. She had been in the foster care system since the age of 10 and, having been moved over 10 times in that period, Gabriella was determined to provide a safe and secure environment for Jesse. She did not want to lose custody of him, but due to her trauma, she needed help in finding a way forward. She was so anxious that she had a limited ability to socialize and carry on a conversation. Her son, too, was very quiet and shy, hiding behind his mother and not interacting with the other children. Gabriella’s case manager referred her to YMCA-TAY services (Young Adult Support for Transition Age Youth) who assisted her with employment opportunities and Head Start daycare for her son. Slowly, she began to gain confidence and started interacting with other families at the shelter. She took pride in her completed tasks and learned to manage her anxiety, paid off debt, and enhanced her budgeting, savings and organizational skills. As they both blossomed, Gabriella built lasting friendships and Jesse became outgoing and expressive with everyone. She and her son are now living independently with their sights set on continued success and security for the future.
Operation HOPE-North County celebrates its community partners such as the YMCA-TAY program and many others that offer a critical network of supportive services for our families and single women. Our various partners provide everything from meals and supplies to a wide variety of services which play an essential role in each person’s growth and progress. This community support helps our clients feel safe and secure as they work toward becoming independent.
Case Managers at OHNC assist every adult in identifying their needs and the barriers standing in the way of their success. They make referrals to our partners, but continue to work closely with each client, helping them to set benchmarks to meet their goals. Just like Operation HOPE-North County, many community partners stay connected with our families on a long-term basis. OHNC’s Alumni program keeps our families connected, and provides ongoing services to bolster continued independence. We are blessed by each and every community partner with whom we work, and are always stronger together.
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Operation HOPE-North County 760-536-3880 info@operationhopeshelter.orgwww.operationhopeshelter.org
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