This week, Harmony At Home’s Executive Director, Julianne Leavy, offers gratitude to all our partners throughout Monterey County and introduces a Sticks & Stones Parent, Veronica Rodriguez, who talks about the positive impact the services have had on her family. Please visit our website to register for our Annual Virtual Luncheon Event, Perseverance and Grit – Standing […]
Nikki and Karla connected and became best friends at Harmony At Home. They participated in teen programs that gave them the support, guidance, care, and love that they desperately needed. They found hope at Harmony At Home. They both had different pasts but they both suffered from chaos, neglect, abuse, and worse. It is programs […]
In this 2-minute update, supporter, donor, and consultant Esmeralda Owen introduces Nikki and Carla who share about their troubled past. They both came to Harmony At Home to participate in the Teen programs and as a bonus, became best friends. Their story will impact you! Sadly, a lot of youth are experiencing the same type […]
This week, Harmony At Home’s Executive Director shares some heartfelt words about the challenges our families are facing. You will learn more about Harmony At Home’s extensive outreach to the Monterey County Community during these challenging times.
This year Harmony At Home conducted our first ever virtual End-Of-Year PARTY for our staff, board, and their loved ones! We had a blast playing games, making funny faces, and closing with some heartfelt appreciations. This was a year and a party for the books. Our hearts our full thanks to every Harmony At Home […]
This past month of October was National Bullying Prevention Month and we had a range of creative, inspiring, and empowering activities happening throughout the entire county. Take a look at this list and our gallery of photos: October 4th, 18th, 25th Bullying Prevention workshops for foster parents 11th Fairview March Against Bullying KION News Coverage […]
She was sitting quietly legs crossed Indian-style hands on her lap her light brown silky hair draped down like curtains on each side of her ears and as she listened to the story her face started to look sad. Sarah continued to share Philip’s story to the class– a story about a 3rd grade student […]