Want to join us in making a difference? We're raising money to benefit A Little Bit of Heaven, and any donation will help make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to our organization. We are raising funds to help provide for much needed tuckpointing for structural improvements.
A Little Bit of Heaven provides indigent and homeless citizens with housing and necessary services for their physical and psychological needs. A Little Bit of Heaven is primarily an adult homeless men and Transgendered (LGBTQ) male service provider. This population includes Veterans, Ex-Offenders, those suffering Mental Health crises, Alcohol/Substance Abusers, the Disabled and AIDS/HIV Positive. A Little Bit of Heaven provides vital triage case management and Individual Service Plans (ISP) to its participants and is vital in the Roseland community.
Today, we are providing in house, stay in place shelter for 20 homeless men in accordance with the federal, state and city guidelines to keep and protect us all from the spread of Coronavirus. This measure has allowed our agency to participate in the tracing, testing, and keeping the harmful effects of this virus from getting into our agency and the homeless population we serve.
The agency maintains a video/audio security system with staff to maintain a safe and secure environment for clients, staff, and the community.
Ms. Sheila Braxton is currently the Executive CEO of A Little Bit of Heaven’s Homeless Program. She breaks down the barriers to ensure that the guests of A Little Bit of Heaven, the Community and the Greater Chicagoland Area are clothed, fed, and given a safe and clean environment.
For over 20 years, Ms. Braxton has dedicated her life to the Crisis of Homelessness. Collaborating with the City of Chicago and other Agencies, she has advocated for the prevention of homelessness.
A Little Bit of Heaven has addressed many challenges as it relates to our client population. Our Agency has served Thousands of meals yearly and provides beds to the homeless population of the greater Chicagoland area. We have provided beds in the underserved Roseland community since 2001.