In the United States, prosperity and opportunity have blossomed, yet so many people have been left behind. High cost of living, lack of affordable housing, and mental health challenges are intensifying the hardships of poverty, hunger, homelessness and addiction in our cities.
Our most vulnerable neighbors must be recognized if we want to see our communities thrive – from the family struggling to put a meal on the table, to the mother seeking refuge with her children, to the unseen neighbor trapped in the chains of addictive behavior.
The need is great. But together, we can bring radical restoration to our cities.