Homes for the Homeless
Family homelessness is first and foremost a poverty issue that disproportionately affects children. Building upon the immediate need for providing basic shelter, Homes for the Homeless has enriched our services to provide wraparound support through community and other collaborations to ensure families are empowered and provided opportunities to achieve well-being and self-sufficiency.
Homes for the Homeless provides a wide range of programs, activities, and services to meet the needs of our shelter residents and the community members that live in surrounding neighborhoods.
Children and Youth
Homes for the Homeless (HFH) addresses the needs of children experiencing poverty and homelessness through a continuum of programs that support social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development.
As parental involvement is key to a child’s success, adults are able to receive supportive services such as financial literacy classes, workforce training, and case management to empower families on the road to success.
HFH’s programming is open to families living in the surrounding neighborhoods, regardless of housing status. All are welcome to participate in our programs in a collaborative effort to build and strengthen the community.