Provides financial assistance for rental housing costs through Homelessness Prevention Funds.Provides rental deposit or back rent for people with disabilities, seniors (age 60 or over) and families with minor children (age 17 or under).Financial assistance is only available once per household.
Provides a year-long work-structured residential recovery program empowering men with no income or resources with the tools to overcome addiction, and the support to establish productive and healthy lives. Their multi-program access also offers assessment and resolution of clients’ medical, legal, vocational and educational needs.
Provides services that support, stabilize, and improve the quality of life for homeless, low-income, undocumented and working poor individuals and families through case management, information, referrals, counseling and advocacy.Also offers limited representative payee services to individuals receiving SSI or SSDI
Offers participants access to computer work-stations and provides a wide range of basic, intermediate, and advanced computer classes. Also provides one-on-one tutoring, job search counseling and life skills courses.Offers volunteer opportunities for individuals interested in teaching computer skills.
Offers meals every day. Accepts donations of food and funds to purchase food. Also, accepts volunteers to assist with meal preparation and serving.Holiday meal served on Thanksgiving and Christmas day 10am-1:35pm, seniors, disabled, and families served the first hour, all are welcome after that.