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The Need.

Helping Families Continue is never about giving food or money. The families that we serve and love are real people with real needs - mental, emotional, financial and physical. Our social workers go the extra mile to best understand how we can meet the needs of those we are supporting and most importantly, allow them to continue on with life. Below are some of the most poignant challenges of our families.

The greatest challenges.

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UNEMPLOYMENT

The average rate of unemployment 

from 2014-2019 was 5.95%*

In 2020, this has soared to 10.6%**

*Source: International Monetary Fund (IMF)

**Source: news.mn. Last accessed Nov2020

ILLNESS

Due to financial distress, illnesses are often left untreated, leading to serious setbacks, permanent damage and longer recoveries

HARSH
CLIMATES

Due to financial distress, illnesses are often left untreated, leading to serious setbacks, permanent damage and longer recoveries

HARSH CLIMATES

With Winter hitting -40 degrees C/F, survival is a fight against the elements as the brutal cold and chronic respiratory illnesses set in

HUNGER

A major factor in the underdevelopment of children and youth, hunger not only stunts growth but keeps families in this constant cycle of despair

BROKEN
FAMILIES

A major impact of hardship are broken families, leading to domestic violence and abuse, often causing severe psychological problems for children

*Source: International Monetary Fund (IMF)

**Source: news.mn. Last accessed Nov2020

POVERTY

All undergirded and exacerbated by the often unbreakable poverty cycle.

It often takes three to four generations to break out from poverty* 

*Source: World Vision

The poverty cycle can be broken.

Behind every challenge is a hurting mother, a desperate father, a hungry child, a painful illness. The need is real.

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