The CYWA draws into membership, men, women and girls of diverse background and faiths, that together they may gain personal responsibility, dignity and self‑esteem to help eliminate poverty and improve the quality of life in our community.
-Directly address the elimination of poverty through the implementation of supportive and independent housing initiatives and programs in education, counseling and community outreach.
-Maintain a program for providing decent housing that is affordable to low and moderate income persons.
-To promote positive child development education.
-To encourage and support parents in their role as advocates and primary teachers of their children.
-To provide for the elimination of barriers to healthy family life through education, counseling and community outreach.
-To promote positive, life-long recovery from the family illness of addictions.