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People Helping People

People Helping People

People Helping People is dedicated to reducing the number of children living in poverty by teaching low-income mothers how to become successfully employed. Utah is home to over 18,000 single-mother households that live in poverty. The majority of these families live in the Salt Lake area. Each family living on public assistance costs our community between $5,000 and $20,000 annually.

People Helping People is founded on the idea that the only permanent route out of poverty is successful employment defined as long-term, stable employment that pays a living wage. When single mothers earn a living wage, their children flourish. The ability to integrate effectively in the workplace is a learned skill set. Those living in chronic poverty simply lack the skills to obtain and maintain good employment. Our program helps women achieve their full potential in the workplace…and in life. The PHP Successful Employment Program gives women the knowledge, tools, courage, confidence and encouragement to win in the world of work. The program combines workshop training, mentoring, coaching, employment referral services, business clothing referral services, homeless prevention counseling and more.

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People Helping People

205 North 400 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84103

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