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Helen's Project

Helen’s Project provides mental health, counseling, peer support, rental, and transportation services to individuals and families from indigent communities. The organization was founded in 2009 by individuals motivated to rehabilitate substance abuse victims and create a positive recovery and growth roadmap. Since then, it has grown to incorporate full case management.

Helen’s Project helps ex-offenders looking for ways to reintegrate into society, struggling single moms, 'Hold On, Pain Ends' (H.O.P.E.) program children working with limited resources, and veterans with mental health problems.
Board Member Needs:
The board is seeking two new members to serve two-year terms beginning in the summer of 2022. Helen’s Project aims for board members with experience in nonprofits and community advocacy and those who have worked with individuals experiencing domestic violence, human trafficking, homelessness, the criminal justice system or incarceration, or individuals who have lived experiences in the targeted populations.

  • Attend quarterly meetings. 
  • Volunteer a minimum of 10 hours per month.
Other Information:
Helen's Project is looking for two new board members.
If you are interested in serving on this board, please contact Kayla Mainja at