“We are ‘those people.’ The truth is… we are the others. Most of us are only one paycheck, one divorce, one drug-addicted kid, one mental health diagnosis, one serious illness, one sexual assault, one drinking binge, one night of unprotected sex, or one affair away from being ‘those people’...” - Brene Brown
“Those people” are disadvantaged, impoverished and minimalized people. “Those people” have eternal value. Value to themselves, their families and their communities.
“Those People” are often in their resultant circumstances because of ineffective behaviors. Ineffective paradigms, practices and habits which have led to poor choices and bad results.
“Those people” do not have access to the best, if any, resources for lasting change to effective behavior.
FranklinCovey is the world leader in helping organizations and people achieve results that require lasting changes in human behavior.
We provide access to FranklinCovey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People training to “Those people,” N.Able-ing them to realize their value to themselves, their families and their communities.
Providing a long term transitional housing program for working families who are homeless or at imminent risk of being homeless
Colorado Homeless Families
Step Denver is a men’s residential recovery community that helps low-income men overcome the consequences of addiction and rebuild their lives through sobriety, work and accountability.
Why support supervised use sites
Supervised use sites bridge the gap between people who inject drugs and public health interventions that are proven to reduce the spread of HIV and viral hepatitis and also prevent fatal overdoses. In fact, of 102 SIFs currently operating around the globe, in 63 cities, and not one has reported a single fatal overdose on its premises.
7 Habits on The Inside and Out
Prison, where leaders are made.
Working to end Homelessness Toolkit
The guides included in the Working to End Homelessness toolkit reflect everything we’ve learned about helping people experiencing homelessness find and keep employment, in order to meet their needs, become and remain stably housed, and fulfill their personal goals
Overcoming Employment Barriers
National Alliance to End Homelessness, August 21, 2013
Research consistently shows that people experiencing homelessness want to work. In fact, many are employed, but often precariously. The broader homeless population faces a variety of barriers to employment, including the experience of homelessness itself, plus other obstacles such as lack of experience, physical or mental health barriers, and challenges related to re-entry from incarceration or hospitalization.