UGM-TC offers programs for homeless individuals to maximize their potential by developing the skills needed to become independent, productive community members.
Provides men, women and children with resources needed to get back on their feet.
Partnering with social service organizations to help residents develop basic life skills.
Residents learn needed skills to return to the community as productive members.
After 30 years of sobriety, Linda turned back to alcohol for comfort but found that it only took her to a very dark place. “I didn’t want to live anymore. That’s the dark side of depression. You don’t see it coming,” she says with a tear.
Another thing Linda didn’t see coming was being turned out by her own children. Suddenly homeless, she slept in her car and sometimes in the lobbies of buildings, until she found her way to UGM-TC for breakfast one morning.Read Linda's Story