Our insight is to recognize that people living with significant economic challenges suffer similar conditions as those with mental health and/or addiction issues: overwhelming hopelessness from feeling trapped and traumatized by stigma — both self-induced and inflicted by society at large.
Within the next 12 months, we hope to have supportive relationships with most of the other service providers that work with families in need.
As a provider of intensive case management with wrap-around services, Purple Moon Project’s entire service model depends on strong cooperative relationships with other social service providers: we rely on collaborative partners for referrals to our services as well as delivery of the necessary services that each offers for overcoming particular barriers.
At this moment, we have verbal agreements with Family Partnership of Frederick County and the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick to work with their families. Additionally, we are exploring a similar relationship with United Way of Frederick County’s Prosperity Center. Within the next 12 months, we hope to have supportive relationships with most of the other service providers that work with families in need.