Transitional living for survivors and families of sexual assault, domestic violence, or stalking.
We are so happy to share with you that we have received a match grant of $10,000 from the Carl C. Anderson and Mary Jo Anderson Foundation to support our childcare center operations. The New Beginnings Childcare Center is the only center in our vast region that embeds a trauma-informed approach and trauma-specific interventions to facilitate healing.
Chelsea, who recently successfully complete our program shares the impact our transitional housing and childcare center has had on her family:
“I came to New Beginnings in February 2020. At the time my son was in foster care but I managed to bring him here. I found a job and continued with my school. Being here was a great start for us to reconnect. All of the staff at New Beginnings helped my son grow to be a better boy, they had patience with him. I stayed sober and got a house of my own! Being here was so helpful I just want to say thank you to all of the staff who were there for us. I appreciate it so much.”
We ask you to continue your generous support by helping us raise the $10,000 match. The Anderson Foundation will release funds once our match is raised. Your tax-deductible donation to Navajo United Methodist Center will help us to serve more survivors like Chelsea and her son. We invite you to make a meaningful gift. Every donation, no matter the size, makes a difference in a survivor’s life.
Thank you for your support and belief in our mission.
New Beginnings Childcare Center (NBCC) serves our most vulnerable children and families, focusing on those who have experienced trauma. Staff is trained in the core principles of childhood traumatic stress. Details and contact information are on the Childcare page.
New Beginnings is helping youth to re-engage, reconnect and thrive during the COVID-19 pandemic. Details and contact information are on the Childcare page.