Frequently Asked Questions ...
- What is Agape House?
- What is the age of the women who are in the program?
- Do the Agape House women have children that live with them?
- Will all the women living at Agape House be women of color?
- What is the difference between Agape House and other programs that serve potentially homeless, at-risk women?
- Why do you think Agape House works?
- What can I do?
1. What is Agape House?
Agape House is an early intervention program that provides housing and education to women who have been in the foster care program.
2. What is the age of the women who are in the program?
18-24 is the time when they enter Agape House.
3. Do the Agape House women have children that live with them?
No. We consider this to be a time of preparation for each young woman. If she has a child(ren) that child will be under custodial care with other relatives or agencies such as DSHS.
4. Will all the women living at Agape House be women of color?
Not all. The Agape House will target women who are the underserved and overrepresented in King County. African American, Native American and Latin American women are the women who are in that category. Agape House will serve women in need based on availability.
5. What is the difference between Agape House and other programs that serve potentially homeless, at-risk women?
Agape House provides non-time limited housing with a contract that mandates each young woman complete her education/training (including her GED/Diploma).
6. Why do you think Agape House works?
Agape House believes it is cost-effective in saving a young woman's life ( save a life, save a world) and gives great return (ROI) on the tax-payer's dollar to get to her before the streets do.
7. What can I do?
1) Agape House needs your financial donation
(through text, paypal, check,cash)
2) Volunteer as Mother Mentor, Repairer of
Housing, Professional Mentor, Intercessor
3) Donation of Furniture, Housing etc.
4) Speakers' Bureau, Marketing, Social Media
Thank you all!