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How Does LifeLine Impact Merced County?

Updated: Oct 15, 2021



When Marci, Ana, and Lorraine with a group of volunteers create a safe environment for children to play, learn, and grow... it affects the next generation. When Chanel shares with UC students about her time as a homeless person.... it shapes the next generation.



When Michael teaches young men how to take a computer apart and fix it... it builds self-esteem and cognitive reasoning skills. When Monika shares her story in the Chowchilla Men's Prison or a local church... it reminds people that their 'life story is not their life sentence'.


When Frankie does science projects with 4-year-olds to show how gummy bears grow in different environments...she is preparing young people for college. When we have our community, centers open so that senior citizens can interact with each other in a cool environment... we give value to a great generation.


When we help people with resumes and job searches... we help them become self-sufficient. When we partner to address reentry issues and homelessness... we work together to create healthier communities.

WHEN YOU PARTNER WITH US: YOU ARE A SHAREHOLDER IN THE FUTURE OF OUR NEXT GENERATION! - THANK YOU

I was in a meeting it was brought to our attention that a new ruling is out about HUD housing “mixed family status” - it refers to families received housing assistance who have an ‘undocumented’ person living with them.

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