Programs and Services

Through our innovative programs and services, Voices provides the necessary resources and tools to lead a healthy, safe, and happy childhood.

Financial Resources

Financial resources for emergency, normalcy, education, and caregiver needs help to provide gap funding for these children. These resources provide for immediate and basic essentials needs. Many times this includes personal items, clothing, food, medical needs, transportation, assistance for caregivers with utility bills, tutoring, before/after school care and for participation in normal childhood activities.

Dream BIG Days

Dream BIG Days provide an opportunity for the children to experience enriching venues, cultural institutions, and events throughout the year. Because children frequently feel they are at fault for being removed from their home, efforts to build self-esteem, self-worth, and confidence through celebration and enriching opportunities is paramount. These days provide a great opportunity for the children to just be a kid again and experience something they likely would not otherwise have had the chance to do.

The School Break Food Program

The School Break Food Program bridges the gap in nutrition during the Thanksgiving, winter, and spring breaks by providing nutritious meals while school is not in session.  The Program is designed to reduce barriers to ensure that children have access to the nutritious meals they need to grow, learn and play during break and to help ensure their bodies and minds are healthy and strong for when they return to school. Our program is a multi-tiered approach: providing nonperishable food to children when school meal programs are unavailable, workshops to educate on healthy eating and provides food baskets during the holidays.

Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Program

Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Program helps to recruit and retain quality volunteer Guardians ad Litem. These children need a lifeline, someone who makes them feel normal in a world that is anything but normal. Someone who helps them feel safe. Someone who can make the future less terrifying and even something that they can look forward to. Volunteer Guardians ad Litem offer just that. Guardians ad Litem are appointed by the court to represent the best interest of these children. They gather incredibly important information for the court so that the best decisions possible can be made for the children. They are also mentors and spend time with the children, letting the children know they are important and helping them find some joy and hope again in their lives.