The Grooming Project – It’s about grooming, love and hope

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Jodie Houston had never considered training to become a licensed dog groomer, but when she and her children were homeless and in crisis, The Grooming Project offered her a way out. The program was a way to get her life back on track by working towards a career. It is well-paid work that can lead to self-sufficiency and help them break out of the cycle of poverty. The program meets two needs. There is a growing shortage of dog groomers, so the skill is in demand and well paid. There’s a lot of training involved in the sixth-month program, so The Grooming Project also offers childcare, transportation and housing – all the support students need. to follow their courses. Each student also has a volunteer mentor who meets with her weekly to help with the household budget and parenting issues. Mentors are parents from the community who understand the challenges our students face and encourage success. Most graduates can walk away from any type of public support within 24 months of graduation. All program participants receive this training and support at no cost. . for your pup to be pampered so students can practice their skills. Never has a groom mattered so much! for students on their Amazon wishlist

Jodie Houston had never considered training to become a licensed dog groomer, but when she and her children were homeless and in crisis, The Grooming Project offered her a way out. The program was a way to get her life back on track by working towards a career.

The Grooming Project gives women who were homeless, abused, or recently incarcerated the opportunity to become licensed dog groomers. It is well-paid work that can lead to self-sufficiency and help them break out of the cycle of poverty. The program meets two needs. There is a growing shortage of dog groomers, so the skill is in demand and pays well.

There’s a lot of training involved in the sixth-month program, so The Grooming Project also offers childcare, transportation and housing – all the support students need to complete their classes. Each student also has a volunteer mentor who meets with her weekly to help with the household budget and parenting issues. Mentors are parents from the community who understand the challenges our students face and encourage their success.

Most graduates can leave any type of public support within 24 months of graduation. All program participants receive this training and support at no cost.

There are many ways to support The Grooming Project and help families rebuild their lives.

DONATE to help buy more grooming kits and supplies to get graduates ready for work.

[SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT] for your pup to be pampered so students can practice their skills. Never has a groom mattered so much!

[PROVIDE PERSONAL CARE ITEMS] for students on their Amazon wishlist

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