Our mission is to serve families who are in need. Our program is designed to give parents the opportunity to gain stability through relationship building, our employment training program, and educational opportunity.
Children are given the opportunity to thrive in an educational environment.
Our mission is to educate, motivate, and enhance the quality of life of every parent and child who enters our doors.
We strive to bring comfort to suffering families, resources to families lacking opportunity, and skills to families that have been neglected.
Each parent and child who enters TPR Cares will be shown unconditional love and be given opportunities to be able to maintain self-sufficiency.
Chyetta Thomas is founder and executive director of TPR Cares. She has created TPR Cares with 20 years’ experience in the human services field. Most recently, she has been working with the Department of Family and Children’s Services, courts and legal services, leading parenting classes, anger management classes, behavioral health for children, and several other groups. Ms. Thomas has a history of working with the homeless population and foster care. Ms. Thomas has a degree in business and will have achieved her doctorate in positive neuropsychology come July 2021.
Assistant Executive Director:
Nicole Roberts has been with TPR Cares since its founding in June 2020. Ms. Roberts comes from working at a youth homeless shelter as a lead case manager. Ms. Roberts has a history of working with homelessness, domestic violence, human trafficking, families and youth. Ms. Roberts has held roles including advocate, direct service provider, Interim Director. Ms. Roberts has been apart of human trafficking studies, assisted in creating a drop in center through a homeless program, a published author and has over 15 years of experience in the human services field. Ms. Roberts has her degree in human services.
What We Do
We assist homeless families in becoming self-sufficient in a healthy environment through one of our programs. We provide families with education opportunities, employment opportunities, and resources to succeed.
Our door is open to anyone regardless of race, sexuality, or gender. We help families/parents experiencing homelessness or other circumstances get the mental care and resources they need.