Through a collaborative case management process, we help our clients assess, plan, implement, coordinate, and evaluate options and services required to meet their health and human service needs. Through advocacy, communication, and resource management, we promote quality and cost-effective interventions and outcomes. We team individuals from faith communities and other caring groups to provide practical, social, emotional, and spiritual support to our clients in need.
At our core, we endeavor to enact social change — whether that is breaking the cycle of domestic violence or supporting better access to healthcare for HIV/AIDS patients. We show up for our clients by promoting policies and services that improve quality of life, and accompanying clients, when needed, as they navigate the public service system.
Education & Awareness
Education & Awareness Campaign initiatives play an important role in changing social norms and providing basic facts and education to the general public. Our program endeavors to inform and educate individuals with the intention of influencing their attitudes, behaviors and beliefs towards HIV/AIDS and Domestic Violence Prevention, and to achieve long-term lasting behavioral changes.
The holidays can be particularly distressing for our HIV/AIDS and Domestic Violence clientele. No Sad Story Ministries aims to bring an element of joy during the holiday season through collection and distribution of food, clothing, and toiletry items. Donations are collected year-round, and donated during Thanksgiving, Christmas, Mother’s & Father’s Day, and Valentine’s Day.
24/7 Crisis & Prayer Hotline
The Hotline can often be a lifeline for people in distress. We provide 24/7, free and confidential support for immediate compassion, crisis resources, and prayer.
We are currently working toward a fundraising goal that will enable No Sad Story Ministries to expand programming to include transportation services, emergency and transitional housing, and a community center. Stay tuned to see our progress!