There's a place for everyone in supporting children and families here in Houston. That's something we believe firmly here at The Riverside Project. Today, we have the opportunity to share our conversation with Luevenia Chapman, co-founder and Program Director for Hearts with Hope Foundation, a local general residential operation (GRO) that provides treatment services for girls ages 7-23.
She not only has a passion to provide high-quality, trauma-informed care for the girls in their care, but she is also passionate about raising up and supporting other residential care providers and leaders across our city.
In this episode, we discuss the importance of listening and collaboration, why there's a place for everyone in this work, the most significant challenge Hearts With Hope has faced since COVID-19, the deep challenges children in care are experiencing, and so much more.
We’re really grateful for Luevenia's leadership in this space! We hope this episode inspires you to learn more and find your place along the River.