Nearly 13 percent of Fremont residents live below the federal poverty line.
Chances are, though you may not be aware of it, you know someone who is struggling to make ends meet. Our goal in providing social services is to ease burdens, offer some peace of mind, and help individuals and families overcome challenging circumstances.
Rent and Utility Assistance
No one should have to choose between heating their home during the frigid winter months and putting food on the table, and yet, those living in poverty are often forced to make such a choice. That's why we work with local renters and utility companies to help people pay their bills when they are struggling to make ends meet.
Supplying kids with new backpacks, notebooks, pens and pencils can put an extra strain on a family's already-tight budget. That's why each August we partner with other agencies in the community to ensure that every kid in Fremont is prepared for the start of school with a new backpack filled with school supplies.
Pathway of Hope
The goal of Pathway of Hope is to guide families with children 18 years and younger through crisis to a place of stability in order to ultimately break the intergenerational cycle of poverty. We offer strengths-based casework, providing services such as:
Pathway of Hope works with people where they are, offering practical guidance to help families overcome obstacles and achieve their big-picture goals, one step at a time.