With more permanent supportive housing with case management services to address each person’s barriers to maintaining housing, the more people will be independent and no longer homeless,” said Bert Winkel.
When a person is placed into permanent supportive housing it opens up a bed in transitional[...]
In honor of National Volunteer Appreciation Week, House of Charity is grateful to the wonderful service provided by our amazing volunteers.
Thanks to our 2,914 volunteers contributing 5,701 hours of service, we provided 135,383 meals at our Food Centre.
Thank you, to our faithful volunteers!!
Homes for All
An investment of $39 million would serve communities across the state:
• Reduce chronic homelessness, hence reducing the cost of jails, emergency rooms, shelter, and detox facilities.
• Every public dollar invested in supportive housing returns $1.44.
• Prevent and end home[...]
House of Charity’s Housing First program is a permanent supportive housing program where our clients move into their own permanent apartments. In 2014 Housing First housed 117 people, and the program has met and surpassed our goals.
Goal from our Spring 2014 Newsletter:
Our goal is to continue t[...]