Our mission is to provide short-term shelter, transitional housing, and comprehensive services, means and guidance to homeless families and individuals in our community to promote long-term stable housing, increase economic self-sufficiency, and break the cycle of homelessness.
We serve on average of 400 homeless residents each year as part of one of the two programs that we offer. We have the only 24-hour emergency homeless shelter in the county serving up to 52 people at a time. We have a transitional housing serving primarily single-parent families. We assist our families with a variety of life skills including: budgeting, debt-reduction, nutrition, credit repair, educational opportunities, as well as a host of other offerings to provide them with a foundation for moving forward into stable housing. Approximately 50% of who we serve are children under 18. We do not receive state or federal funding and are dependent on our community support.