Aspire Lyfe Ministries, Inc. was created to Empower & Connect Women that have experienced hardship in life to their purpose and to cultivate lyfe long relationships with accountability partners.
Our mission is to assist women and families that are transitioning from homelessness to transitional housing by assisting them with resources and providing them with enrichment workshops. We aim to tackle the matters concerning mental health through our enrichment workshops.
Aspire Lyfe Ministries, Inc. was founded in August 2016 by Bianca Lynnette Sneed. After experiencing homelessness with her family in 2010 due to a house scam, she realized the seriousness of mental health and the need for continued connections within the homeless community. From that point on she has made it her mission to provide enrichment opportunities and resources to those that desire to get back on their feet from homelessness.
“Aspire Lyfe is a place where women can come together and be transparent; allowing them to share their lyfe stories without being judged and to be empowered to turn lyfe’s pitfalls into purpose. Aspire Lyfe reminds you that you have a chance and that you do have the power to recreate yourself!”-Bianca
We’ve seen many organizations donate to those that are in need, but who is actually staying connected to them? That’s what separates Aspire Lyfe from other organizations. We connect & stay connected to the families we assist and offer them accountability to help them through their transition stage.
As we recognize the lack in everyday relationships/connections with women that are in transition, Bianca felt led to create a platform where women can not only speak their truth, but where they can find confidence in connecting with someone they can consider an accountability partner.
Here are some of our accountability key essentials:
- Calling to follow up with your accountability partner
- Scheduling hang out time with your accountability partner
- Reporting any needs that exceed your ability (i.e. the need for food, shelter, resources etc.) to our Resource Department for further assistance
- Simply enjoying and embracing lyfe together
- Tackling mental illness and staying connected to avoid isolation/depression