Florence Crittenton’s Project Sunshine reflects brightly on the organization’s future – all because of its successful past

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Carrie Krepps knows things will work out for the Helena-based nonprofit she works for just by looking at its history. The Florence Crittenton Home has survived two world wars, the Great Depression, the Great Recession, major disease outbreaks — including COVID-19 and the Spanish Flu.

“When you consider what’s happened in Montana during the last 120 years, we’ve survived through it all and managed to stay open, continually serving those families in the most critical need,” says Krepps, Executive Director of Florence Crittenton. “And our longevity and success in the work we do is the direct result of our community’s involvement in this organization. Time and time again, our community has served as the launch pad for our viability.”

Florence Crittenton is a trauma responsive, relationship-based organization that provides family support during critical times and offers a continuum of services and programs that include mental health support, substance use recovery, parenting education, childcare and preschool, and access to community amenities.

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