and Services

Community Family Life Services (CFLS) provides a web of interconnected services to help women returning home from a period of incarceration as well as empowering homeless and low-income families or individuals to change their lives over the long term.


We achieve our mission by providing a range of programs and services that help our clients address the immediate and long term factors resulting from, or contributing to, poverty and homelessness.


Specifically, Community Family Life Services (CFLS):


Provides stable housing

Through two residential programs, Trinity Arms and Milestone Place, CFLS provides individual adults and families a safe, secure, and supportive place to live while they work or receive the training and services they need to rebuild successful lives.

Provides unique services to reentry women


Women’s Reentry Initiative at CFLS provides housing and intensive case management for women with children who have been released from prison or jail in the past 90 days or waiting to be released within the next four months. Through wrap-around programs such as access to emergency services, parenting programs and employment services, the program aims empower these families to overcome unique barriers and reach self-sufficiency.


Reentry case managers also work with women in the community as well as while they are housed at Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), Fairview Halfway House and Bureau of Prison to provide release planning and to assist them navigate services.


Cares for people with HIV/AIDS 

CFLS provides case management and support services to help people with HIV/AIDS obtain the healthiest and best possible quality of life.


Provides Employment Counseling and Placement 

CFLS provides employment counseling, job search assistance, resume assistance and meaningful employment for our clients. Many of our programs rely on employment services to help participants get back on their feet.

Mentors families

CFLS trains and matches adult mentors with families in need to empower and support them by sharing financial, educational, parental and household management tips and ideas.

Educates parents 

CFLS teaches parents, grandparents and caregivers various concepts and techniques to make the challenges of raising children easier.

Meets emergency needs and spreads goodwill

CFLS helps people deal with unexpected needs by providing food and clothing. CFLS provides food baskets for Thanksgiving and runs Adopt-a-Family and Give-a-Gift programs during the winter holidays for clients in our programs. CFLS also delivers food to homebound seniors and makes connections to other necessary services.