BCCAP is dedicated to helping people in the community. Below are the stories of people who have had a positive experience with our services.
Thank you very much for having such a wonderful event, “Becoming FCC Orientation”, last night at the Human Resource Center in Mount Holly.Anonymous
Her day consisted of dropping off her son to EHS at 9AM, going to school during the day and, after school, picking up her baby by 3PM. Her evenings were just as busy taking care of the baby, not only in the evening, but during the night when he would wake up for his bottle. She also had to squeeze in studying, homework, and let’s not forget the senior term papers. All of this was no joke for this new Mom, but she persevered through it all and got good grades to boot.
Graduation Day came and we honored her with a graduation card and a dozen red roses for a job well done.
Once she graduated, she then took on a full time job at McDonald’s. She worked hard working different shifts and taking care of her baby. Many days she came to our center looking so tired, but still, she kept going and worked her way up the ranks until she became a manager of one of the locations.
During all this time, she lived with her mother, but this past weekend she moved into her own place with her son, now 4 years old.
She is an amazing young woman that we are so proud of. She endured what it was like to sacrifice her own freedoms as a teenager to a strong woman who showed the world what can be done. Our hats are off to you, Alyssa. You go girl! Great Job! Donna Wilbur
I want to thank BCCAP for the the beginning of my twin girls Ashley and Alexis..Ms Lilly who I have fondly remember shaping the two child of mine into their own little person..thriving to excellence. .yesterday they made my family and school Twin Hills Elementary proud to be a part of their Honor Society…Many thanks again BCCAP for shaping them for their future education.