Our non- residential program has been able to build a good relationship with a mother who had domestic violence issues. This person had worked with us in the past and felt comfortable enough to reach out to our Supervising Case Manager (SCM) to discuss her current needs for her family. Although she had moved on from her abusive relationship, she was struggling to make ends meet for her and her children’s immediate needs. Our staff was able to provide her with some of her immediate needs including diapers, bottles and clothing. The SCM was able to meet with her and this was an opportunity to discuss her current relationship, which the client self-described as a healthy non-abusive relationship. The SCM was also able to provide the client with other resources for longer term assistance and to refer her back to our services for any domestic violence issues if they were to arise.