We take personal relationships with our clients and build motivational building blocks to success. We empower our clients with knowledge and resources that will change their life.
MFI holds at least one meeting each week with our clients to discuss progress. During these meetings, MFI volunteers work with our clients to identify what actions have been taken during the week to obtain employment, housing and education. Volunteers will assist, encourage and motivate each individual to create an action plan for the upcoming weeks.
During these meetings, MFI will provide clothing, food and hygiene products to our clients until they are able to get adequate housing accomodations.
MFI will provide one-on-one interviews with our clients to determine the next steps needed to move forward. Provide referrals to local resource centers and organizations that are licensed to provide mental health evaluation, medical assistance, shelter, education, clothing and food.
MFI works with local organizations & businesses, outreach centers and the community to increase public awareness of homelessness, addiction and mental illness. We support activities in the community that increase public awareness of the impact that homelessness, addiction and mental illness has on the community.
We hold several events throughout the year.
All donations are tax deductible.
Our organization was founded out of a passion for people suffering from addiction. Our purpose is to provide individuals dealing with addiction with opportunity and direction. "Opportunity and awareness" through motivational speaking, group meetings, one-on-one discussions and special events. "Direction" through referrals to certified addiction and homeless programs.
Everyone here at Motivation Forward share in the same vision and work toward the same mission. We are always excited to find new volunteers that share our passion.
The issue of homelessness and addiction affects every community and therefore, it will take many helping hands and loving donations to make a major impact on homelessness, addiction, and mental illness.