One Can Help exists to provide the missing resources at-risk youth, foster children and underserved families urgently need to remedy court concerns, improve difficult lives and build better futures.
One Can Help (OCH) was created by juvenile court attorneys and social workers who saw how poverty barriers affected court outcomes and wanted to help their neediest clients have an equal chance to achieve and succeed. These professionals understood that more resources needed to be available and operationalized a way to quickly and responsibly provide them.
OCH believes that a major opportunity to meaningfully improve and enhance vulnerable lives is missed when there is state intervention but no resources to address concerns.
This is the ideal time to intervene! Children and families are in crisis. People are motivated. Stakes are high. Judicial oversight and professional services are in place. Often the only things missing are the financial resources needed to make constructive gains.
One Can Help is now providing assistance across Massachusetts.