I came to Gilead House having left everything behind—my home, friends, and money.

About Monica:

  • Children: Two boys – both diagnosed with Autism
  • Profession: In-home care-giver and licensed esthetician
  • Time at Gilead House and GHII: 2 years, June 2014 – June 2016

Monica Today:

Monica now has her own apartment in Marin County. She is independent, self-sufficient, and able to provide for her two boys. It is important to Monica to give back to the community that helped her during her time of need. She chose to support Gilead House with a year-end gift in 2016 and support other homeless moms and children who are in transition as she once was.

Monica’s Personal Declaration:

Article ImageI declare Ephesians 3:20 over my life. God will do exceedingly, abundantly above all that I ask or think. Because I honor Him, His blessings will chase me down and overtake me. I will be in the right place at the right time. People will go out of their way to be good to me. I am surrounded by God’s favor.


Working Together:

Positive change happens when we work together to serve the most vulnerable in our community—homeless single moms and their children. Your support brings healing, triumph, and hope to moms like Monica who work hard, make change, and thrive.