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2019 Calendar of Events

9th Annual Sheffield Place Golf Tournament – Friday, June 21, Tiffany Greens Golf Club

SOLD OUT!

8 a.m. Registration | 9 a.m. Shotgun Start | 2 p.m. Lunch and Awards

VIP Breakfast & Tour – Tues, July 9, 7:45 – 9 a.m., please rsvp

VIP Lunch & Tour – Tues, July 17, 11:45 a.m. - 1 p.m., please rsvp

Off the Wall for Sheffield Place – Sat, Oct 12, 5:30 to 11 p.m., The LEX at Municipal Auditorium

VIP Breakfast & Tour – Tues, Nov 12, 7:45 – 9 a.m., please rsvp

VIP Lunch & Tour – Wed, Nov 20, 7:45 – 11:45 a.m. - 1 p.m., please rsvp

Holiday Open House and Gift Bazaar/Lunch/Tours – Wed, Dec 4, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.        

 

 

9th Annual Sheffield Place Golf Tournament

Friday, June 21 at the Tiffany Greens Golf Club

SOLD OUT! SOLD OUT! SOLD OUT!

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8:00 a.m. Registration | 9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start | 2:00 p.m. Lunch and Awards

To purchase Presenting, Hole, and Patron Sponsorships (does not include golfers) online Click here

To download the sponsorship form to purchase Presenting, Hole, and Patron Sponsorships (does not include golfers), click here

This tournament is now full! Thank you for your support of healing and self-sufficiency for homeless mothers and their children.

 

 

News & Videos

 

Steven St John discusses Sheffield Place on Sports Radio 810 WHB - April 26, 2019

Listen here.

Amazon 'sleigh' delivers gifts for families at Sheffield Place during its one stop in KC - December 2017

View the story from KSHB here.

A formerly-homeless mother has a home for her family - December 6, 2017

View the story from KSHB here

View the story from the Northeast News here.

Sheffield Place dedicates 6th unit of permanent housing on May 3, 2017.  

View the story from the Northeast News here.  

Sheffield Place Client Profiled

The success of a Sheffield Place client is highlighted in this story on the value of community.  KCUR shares the story here.  

Sheffield Place dedicates renovated house

Read the Northeast News coverage of the most recent house Sheffield Place renovated for a client family and see photos from the house here.

Sheffield Place dedicates its 5th unit of permanent housing - Fox 4 News

Sheffield Place dedicated its fifth of ten units of permanent housing for homeless families in May 2016.  See the house and meet the mom who will live there with her family by clicking here.

Sheffield Place mother finds employment and success

The Northeast News article available here highlights the success of a Sheffield Place mom who faced many barriers to success - addiction, felony convictions, etc. - and is succeeding.  She has a full-time job at the Hampton Inn & Suites on the Country Club Plaza and a home for her family.

Dedication of a renovated duplex to house two families

In December 2015, Sheffield Place  dedicated a duplex that the agency renovated to house two families. Through the permanent housing program, the agency will renovate 10 houses for client use.  To learn more about the program and one client's experience as told by Fox 4 News, please click here.

Excellence in fundraising award 

Sheffield Place received the 2015 Excellence in Fundraising Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals Mid America Chapter.  Click here to view the video.

“Pictures of Hope” returns to Sheffield Place

For the second year, the national 'Pictures of Hope' program returned to Sheffield Place and empowered homeless children to capture theirs with a camera.  Children received a camera and went into the community with adult mentors to photograph their hopes.  WDAF Fox4 provided coveraged.  Click here for video

Graduation at Sheffield Place

KMBC Channel 9 and WDAF Fox 4 both provided coverage of the graduation in June 2014.  Learn about the achievements of homeless mothers who completed the Sheffield Place program.  Fox 4 News - Click here for the video  KMBC - Click here for the video

A client's dreams come true

Robyn has completed her stay at Sheffield Place, she has achieved two years of sobriety, she is completing her GED, and she will start college this fall.  This news story provides the inspiring details. Click here for the video.

A mother's reflection on abuse

Nicole's story sheds light on what it's like to experience abuse. Click here for the video.

A community profile of Sheffield Place

Charmaine, a mother at Sheffield Place, is profiled in this segment that discusses the agency's programs and services. Click here for the video. 

 

 

Save the Date!

Off the Wall - Oct 12, 2019!

Mark your calendars for the Off the Wall 2019! The event will be held at The LEX - a/k/a the Exhibition Hall at Municipal Auditorium on Saturday, Oct 12, 2019. More information and online registration coming soon. To reserve your sponsorship today, click here!

To reserve your sponsorship or purchase tickets ONLINE, click here!

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Client Stories

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 Gena and Elijah

Gena and her four children (fictitious names) are representative of the families who make their way to Sheffield Place from homeless shelters, addiction recovery centers, domestic violence agencies, and increasingly through self-referral from the internet.  Gena experienced chronic physical and sexual abuse from the youngest age.  She and her mother, a chronic meth user, did not develop a maternal-child bond.  

Gena grew up in foster care.  In her teens, she ran away from home and did what she had to do to survive on the streets and to feed her own addictions.  Over several years, Gena has four children and weak maternal bonds with them.  Gena is one of many mothers at Sheffield Place with multiple barriers to success – low educational attainment, little work experience, felony convictions, and a history of addiction and domestic violence. 

Her 3-year old son, Elijah, expressed his utter hopelessness and lack of human connection by standing each day in the children’s program and screaming nonstop for three full hours.  He had no vocabulary to express his feelings or expectation that his needs would be met.  Working as a team, the therapists, case managers, and teaching assistants worked with Elijah to teach him self-soothing techniques.  They also worked with Gena to help her understand the need to respond to her children. 

Gena is learning to heal from the severe trauma she has experienced, to become an effective and positive parent, how to find and keep employment, and how to function in society.  Her children are enrolled in elementary school and daycare.  Soon the family will transition to permanent housing in the community with continued case management and other supportive services provided by Sheffield Place.  

Addy and Miranda

Addy and her daughter seven year old daughter, Miranda, are representative of the families that come to Sheffield Place from addiction recovery centers, homeless shelters, domestic violence agencies, and increasing from the internet.  Addy grew up in home where her parents were addicted to meth.  She followed them into addiction.  More than once, Addy was brutally assaulted by her partner in front of Miranda. 

Addy spent time in prison for drug possession and Miranda was placed in foster care.  The prison time was the first time since early adolescence that she was not able to use drugs.  She came to Sheffield Place where she and Miranda were reunited.  The therapists and case managers are working with both mother and daughter to heal from the deep and persistent trauma they have experienced and to adjust to their new life.  Addy plans to continue her recovery, find a job, and move with Miranda into a home of their own. 

Mickie and Jada

Mickie and Jada were clients several years ago.  Mickie recently stopped by Sheffield Place to say hello to the staff she knew here.  She shared that since leaving Sheffield Place, she has remained in recovery from a 20-year addiction to meth and other substances.  She works two jobs and she and her daughter, Jada, have maintained the same apartment since leaving the facility.  Mickie owes her success to having the courage and tenacity to break the generational cycle of addiction, poverty, and homelessness.  The skilled therapists and case managers empowered her in that difficult journey.

Shona and her children

Shona and her four children ages 12, 11, 9, 5, and a baby on the way came to Sheffield Place nine months ago.  They had lived in their car for three months before that.  They suffered from severe trauma.  Shona struggles with depression.  The children, Shona remarked, had never had beds.  The two boys acted out sexually and required intense supervision during the children’s program.  The therapists worked with Shona and the children as a family and as individuals.   The family made progress and transitioned to permanent housing in the community.  Shona continues to receive case management and supportive services through the aftercare program.  At Sheffield Place, Shona and the children have gained skills to help them heal from the trauma of their lives as they strive to become self-sufficient.