At USES, we believe that as families stabilize through access to increased resources, become more resilient, and build a diverse network of relationships, they and their children are more likely to develop the skills they need to succeed and will break the cycle of poverty. We have created a bold new model designed to equip children and their families with economic mobility and social capital. Our programs align to our renewed mission that leads to profound, “whole family” impact. As families stabilize and take advantage of opportunities for advancement, they are connecting to an inclusive community that is investing social capital and uniting for the success of all.
Coaching is a supportive partnership that empowers participants with the tools to find solutions and move their families forward. Learn more here.
USES’ Early Childhood Education program prepares each child emotionally, academically, and physically to succeed in kindergarten. Learn more here, sign up for our waitlist here, or view our Parent & Guardian Handbook here.
club48 provides high-quality services with curricula that support school success and promote the social, cognitive, and emotional development of the students. Learn more here, sign up for our waitlist here, or view our Parent & Guardian Handbook here.
Established in 1900, Camp Hale operates on the belief that all youth, particularly those from urban environments, will benefit from challenging opportunities for physical, mental, and social growth and development. Learn more here.
USES’ job training program ensures that our neighbors have the education and opportunities they need to move toward economic self-sufficiency. Learn more here or submit an interest form here.
United South End Settlements brings the community together through exhibitions, events, and partnerships, using art as a catalyst for communication and relationship building across different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Learn more here.