House of Miracles, Inc. Receives Community Empowerment Fund Award from Microsoft
House of Miracles, Inc recently received a $10,000 award from the Microsoft Community Empowerment Fund to support Mental Wellness and Workforce Development Workshops to House of Miracles, Inc. House of Miracles, Inc. (HOMI) focuses on improving mental wellness, substance abuse education, gainful and sustainable employment opportunities.
We offer flexible and culturally sensitive classes and services for individuals afflicted with substance abuse, mental health disorders, homelessness and those connected to the criminal justice system. HOMI fosters an environment that empowers individuals to reach their full potential utilizing licensed counselors, workforce development professionals, physical fitness experts and referrals to social service agencies.
“Our goal at House of Miracles, Inc., will be to discover useful information that will enable us to make
informed decisions regarding our program outcomes through accurate case management of consumers
that utilize our impactful programs. This provides us insight on the appropriate resources and tools for
our consumers.” – Audrey B. Jenkins – Chief Operating Officer
The Microsoft Community Empowerment Fund, created and managed by Microsoft’s Datacenter Community Development team, is designed to support community-led and prioritized projects, increase collaboration among contributors and award recipients, and develop ecosystems that help deliver common community priorities. Through this approach, Microsoft hopes to achieve long-term, systemic, and holistic outcomes in the communities in which it operates.
“Microsoft is pleased to partner with House of Miracles, Inc., and support Community Mental Wellness and Workforce Development Workshops” focusing on improving mental wellness, substance abuse education, gainful and sustainable employment opportunities,” said Xavier Jenkins, CEO. “The Microsoft Community Empowerment Fund awards are an important way for our company and our employees to contribute to stronger, more resilient communities,” according to Adonis Trujillo. “We believe economic and social opportunity can and must be inclusive and that’s why we find it so important to support organizations as House of Miracles, Inc. We invest in these initiatives to help individuals, organizations and communities access pathways to growth and opportunity. When each of us succeeds, we all succeed.”
House of Miracles, Inc is a 501©3 nonprofit organization.
“We provide counseling and other social services to men and women afflicted with homelessness, mental health, and substance abuse issues. We assist with the resources to help individuals transition to permanent housing who are willing and able to work towards self-sufficiency by providing access to licensed counseling, workforce development, financial management, case management, and referrals to social service agencies.” – Audrey B. Jenkins