LoveCry is Owned and
Operated by People who are both Experienced and Educated on Abused and Street Life!
LoveCry is a non-profit
company owned and operated by Street People. We are here primarly to keep the issues of abuse raised, Give a hand when possable,
research the problems and what can be done to change things, find proper therapies and make sure this information reaches
the public. This Year we at LoveCry have decided to work towards raising the issues and getting help for abuse. For
several years now we have worked to find what therapies work for us. Now it's time to get our governments and medical
caregivers to listen to our needs and make proper changes within society to get all healed and abuse stopped!
LoveCry is a street-based non-profit organization
whose mission is to raise awareness of abuse, in general, and the devastating consequences it has on our children, in particular.
The organizations primarily focus is to bring to the forefront the plight of homeless youth - street kids- by educating and
informing the public as to why these kids end up on the streets. As well, the organization provides assistance to teenagers
who fall through the cracks by approaching their issues in an entirely different spectrum. We believe, as evidenced through
education, personal experience and numerous in-depth studies, and in consensus with both experts and the street kids themselves,
that children leave their homes and take to the streets primarily because of abuse in the home. Abuse takes many different
forms, verbal, physical, sexual, emotional, psychic, ritual and spiritual, amongst many. What is certain is that no child
leaves a home where they have felt love and acceptance. LoveCry consists primarily of individuals who have themselves
experienced homelessness and abuse and have successfully met the challenge of changing their lives. They combine the expertise
of their education and life experience to establish a unique and profound rapport between themselves and the kids, and form
the trust and the support that is a necessary foundation to the rebuilding of self-esteem. We also believe that conventional
methods have been notoriously unsuccessful, and in fact, have contributed further to co-dependency in some youths and the
alienation of others. We believe through mutual participation with government and non-government youth service organizations,
solutions can be found. Information, education and a serious determination to promote understanding of the root cause of homelessness,
is our objective. We advocate as the voice of abused youth and articulate our conviction to represent the truth.