Interfaith Works helps people who are homeless or who are living in poverty. We support them in their work to move out of poverty and into financial stability. We do everything from housing and clothing to job training and parent mentoring to financial coaching and more. Our approach is to equip people with the tools they need to reach their goals. Interfaith Works is unique in that we work with people on the entire continuum of homelessness. Read more about our programs below.

Note that most of our programs require a referral and cannot be accessed by simply showing up. Please call for more information.

Prevent

Interfaith Works Clothing Center

Provides free clothing and household goods to income-qualified residents.

Friends in Action

Serves 40 families with 120 trained volunteer mentors divided into teams.

Interfaith Works Connections

Links over 400 low-income Montgomery County residents to essential resources.

Interfaith Housing Coalition

Provides permanent housing with supports for 25 families.

Stabilize

Interfaith Works Women's Center

Provides emergency shelter and meals to over 300 adult homeless women annually.

Becky's House

Houses senior homeless women, providing stability and 24-hour case management.

Priscilla's House

Provides permanent housing and 24 hour support for homeless women with mental health diagnoses.

Interfaith Homes

Houses 31 chronically homeless, disabled men and women annually in permanent supportive housing.

Housing Initiative Program

Empower

Interfaith Works Empowerment Center at Progress Place

A day program and outreach program for adults experiencing homelessness in Montgomery County.

Interfaith Works Residences

Provides permanent, supportive housing to 21 men and women who have experienced chronic homelessness.

Vocational Services Program

Provides low-income and homeless individuals with career counseling and training, job readiness classes, and job placement services.