No matter the perspective – donor, client, volunteer, employee – The Village is rich with success stories that inspire. Feel free to share the stories that touch you the most.
Following a domestic violence incident that resulted in a traumatic brain injury and devastated her family, Davine struggled to keep herself and her children stable. When she heard about The Village’s Family Financial Stability Initiative, “It sang to me. I was struggling financially and knew I needed to get back on track.”
Maria Rodriguez has overcome numerous challenges during her young life. Recently, Maria shared her story with confidence at The Village's Girl Within Luncheon. “What I went through did not break
Between 5 and 7.5 million students - as much as 14 percent - are chronically absent in the United States each year. For low-income and minority students, the rate is often higher – up to 60 percent.
Eliah, a mother of three, realizes her dream of obtaining a high school diploma.
Rachel Bailey, now a student at Post University, talks about her struggle with depression and the program at The Village that finally helped her.
A former runaway and high school dropout, Mia Fontaine survived childhood sexual abuse and is now a Georgetown University graduate, bestselling author and national speaker.
A victim of bullying, Tyler began acting out in school. The Village's Extended Day Treatment program helped him cope with tough feelings and get back on track.