Overcoming the impossible; after her mother passed away, Jasmine struggled to get out of bed each day to go to school, but with the help of Mercy Home she was able to find hope and heal.
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Enjoy stories about our amazing boys and girls who have made incredible strides during their time at Mercy Home.
It’s not where have you have been, it’s where you are headed; Yazmin gained the confidence she needed at Mercy Home to pursue a college degree and develop independent living skills.
Read how Andrew was able to find the stable, supportive home he needed to be successful at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
Mercy Home helped Taylor overcome a childhood of homelessness and poverty to look forward to a future of success. She has finally found what she always longed for: a safe place to call home.
For Asia, academics were never the issue. She was a decent student and got along with her teachers. It was her home life that felt like a dark void.
Read about Ladasia who had to skip class to work two jobs to support her family towards working towards her dream of being a becoming a teacher.
Read about Rashaun, who went from taking risks and behaving badly in class to flourishing academically at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
Read the story of Brenda, a young woman who came to Mercy Home for Boys & Girls determined to succeed and turn tragedy into opportunity.
When Sal began arguing with his mom all the time, it became clear to both of them that something needed to change – he needed direction.