Nathan kept a map of the city hidden in his desk. Because he was always thinking of running away. Learn how he made positive changes at Mercy Home.
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You can make a difference in the life of a troubled child. Father Scott needs Partners to pray for our kids at Mercy Home–and also faithful Partners to help broadcast Sunday Mass at Mercy Home.
Grace Corridoni, a MercyWorks volunteer reflects on her time in the program creating community and connections with her fellow volunteers.
Learn how your gift stays with our kids through Mercy Home coworker Daniel, whose story is closely entwined with that of former Mercy Home resident, Joanne.
Watch this video to understand why ending child abuse is so important at Mercy Home. Mercy Home helps children who suffered from abuse, neglect, and abandonment. This video features Tom Gilardi, Vice President of Youth Programs, Emily Neal, Clinical Director, and other Mercy Home coworkers who march for kids.
National child abuse statistics on how abused youth in the United States are affected by violence and maltreatment.
Most days, Omar is like any other teenage boy. He sometimes plays his music too loud, loves to play soccer and is impatient to get his drivers’ license. He hopes one day to be a famous athlete, or perhaps, a renowned businessman.
When Mayra first came to Mercy Home, she didn’t know what to think.
Clementina didn’t know how she would ever overcome her grief.
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