We serve over 20,000 low income youth, adults and seniors, providing a variety of specialized programs that promote educational success, community strengthening, financial literacy, and health and wellness.
Voices from our Communities
"BT's employment counseling gave me access to networking and career opportunities. With those resources, I was able to secure employment as a psychiatric nurse at a behavioral health facility."
"My life has been transformed by Better Tomorrows' programs and their on-site Social Service Coordinator, Takima."
Resident at Brookside Estates
"I continue to be amazed by the quality, care, and concern shown by the staff. I thought I was beyond help, but Better Tomorrows proved that was wrong."
Living Springs Senior Community
"Better Tomorrows' computer center at Belmont Heights Estates helped me gain a sense of responsibility, and gave me a lifelong support system that encourages me to reach new heights."
Belmont Heights Estates
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Our healthy lifestyles program encourages participants to be active, eat healthy foods, and prevent chronic health problems. From exercise programs to cooking classes, this outcome-driven program is goal oriented and popular within our communities.
Strong communities not only provide services and support to people who are in need, but they also help prevent social problems like drug and alcohol abuse, and crime. We’re committed to developing healthy communities that are safe and supportive.
Our educational programs provide academic support to students. From STEM in our after school and summer enrichment programs, to SAT prep, homework assistance and more, we aim to foster engagement and advancement for the future of our youth.
We host outcome-driven programs to help improve economic stability, including job training, subsidized employment, job retention and job enhancement, following safe credit/borrowing practices, and sound financial planning.
From July 1, 2019 to September 30th, 2019, 5584 residents took advantage of our food distribution program. With the help of 66 Partners we have offered an estimated 162,468 pounds of food at an estimated value of $277,779.
In years 2018 and 2019, 115 students at various sites served by Better Tomorrows were awarded college scholarships totaling over $400,000 from the Michaels Education Foundation.
Who We Are
We provide the support that promotes long term generational success.
Magnifying opportunities and providing resources to our community members comes in all forms. From performing necessary social services, to assisting with employment training, childcare options, academic tutoring, exploring healthier ways to eat and live, as well as every day life and the things that make it enjoyable.