Our Family Services Programs:
Friends In Action: 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.
Interfaith Clothing Center: 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.
Interfaith Housing Coalition: 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.