Below is a complete list of our programs.
Houses senior homeless women in an 8-bed home, providing 24-hour oversight and intensive case management to improve the overall health and stability of frail, higher-need individuals.
Provides transitional shelter, meals and case management to 70 men annually in a 32-bed facility. Links clients with Vocational Services and other resources needed to increase income, become self- sufficient and to move on to more stable, permanent housing.
Engages 800 individuals, who are experiencing chronic homelessness, in day programming, including vocational services and case management. Serves up to 350 adults through emergency night shelter November 1 — April 1.
Provides counseling, referrals, grants and loans to help 3,500 individuals stay utility cut-offs, avoid eviction, & pay for other essential expenses. Facilitates multi-agency collaboration through leadership of the County’s Emergency Assistance Coalition. Offers support to congregations through counseling, referral and training.
Serves 40 families with 120 trained volunteer mentors divided into teams. Each family member sets individual goals to improve essential living skills and stabilize areas of crisis. Mentor teams work with families for at least one year and often longer.
Provides free clothing and household goods to 13,000 income-qualified residents each year, including nearly 6,000 children, through the distribution of millions of dollars worth of donated items. Links families with other available resources through Project INFORM while on-site at the Center.
Houses 31 chronically homeless, disabled men and women annually in scattered-site, permanent supportive housing. Offers case management and the support of a dedicated nurse. This program began in 2013 with a contract from HUD and has expanded to 31 units through support from the national 100,000 Homes Campaign.
Provides permanent housing with supports for 25 families. Each family is engaged in intensive case management and works toward customized family action plan goals aimed at progressing to greater financial independence.
Provides transitional housing for as many as 16 homeless women with mental health diagnoses annually in a group home offering 24-hour support and case management. Links clients to mental health treatment, IW’s vocational services, and other resources to become more self-sufficient and move to more stable, permanent housing.
Provides emergency shelter, meals and case management to more than 250 women annually through a 65-bed facility. Acts as an intake and assessment center for all single adult homeless women in the County.
Engages 250 low-income and homeless individuals in job readiness classes, career counseling and training, and one-on-one job placement services.