Jeremiah Program is a national organization with a mission to disrupt the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. When a mother invests simultaneously in her personal and professional goals and the education of her children, she can re-author her family’s outcomes and act as a change agent within her community. We know this because we see the proof points every day in our classrooms and on our campuses.
JP envisions a world where poverty is no longer feminized; where race is not divorced from gender; where career and financial opportunities are not gentrified; and where women who experience poverty not only hold a seat at the table but hold the mic and curate the agenda.
This program helps single mothers of all types of children, including medically complex children.
1200 Paul Teresa Saldaña Street
Austin, 78702, TX
Accessible Location: No
|Type of Organization
|Emotional Support, Financial, Housing, Job Coaching/Support, Post-secondary, Training
|Services offered in Spanish?
|Child Care Available?
|15-21 , 22 and up
|Developmental Disability, Genetic or Congenital Disorder, Intellectual Disability, Learning Disability, Medical Condition, Mental Health Disorder, Physical Disability
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|Is this a statewide service?