Breaking the cycle of poverty by giving a hand-up and not just a hand-out, SafeHouse Outreach (SHO) is a nonprofit organization that aims to transition people from homelessness to a point of stability and independent living.
SHO provides practical, emotional, and physical assistance and support for the in-need and at-risk, and helps integrate them back into society through time-tested programs. This is made possible by selfless, generous, and loving SHO staff, volunteers and friends.
Every person has a story. Within all stories are moments worthy of honor. We choose to find and celebrate each person’s past and present moments of success.
Life is hard. We choose the courage to speak openly and engage all people no matter their similarities or differences.
We choose to show empathy in action to all those we interact with. This is commonly referred to as compassion.
As those we serve live below societal norms, we choose to implant dignity and self-worth into all those we serve.
Wholeness and freedom are found when a caring heart speaks and walks hand-in-hand with you in complete and sometimes painful truth. We choose truth over all options.
We choose a life of learning, knowing that when learning ends, dying begins.
Pure love holds every life higher than your own. When all else fails, we choose love.