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Written by Becky Plunkett What brings you together at the holidays? What connects you to your loved ones, to strangers, to your community? For my family, the answer is simple: food. Food not only sustains us; it is a common point of connection. It brings the humanness...read more
Street’s Hope was born in 2004 when a woman named Leanne Downing looked out of her world and saw other women living in a reality that she wanted to understand. She wanted to find a way to connect with and offer hope to these women, and began the practice of street...read more
The journey at Street’s Hope started with the desire to grow my personal clinical skills as a trauma counselor. As a mental health counselor who plans to work with clients who have experienced traumatic pasts, my personal goal is to be able to work with any client...read more
Human trafficking is a serious social justice issue, thank you for caring Without all of you who are taking the time to read this, and taking the steps to support us, Street’s Hope couldn’t have been part of the anti-trafficking movement since 2004. To learn about how...read more