We give homeless families hope and opportunities, providing one-year transitional housing in Colorado Springs, and supportive services, so they can become self-sufficient. Services include:
• Case Management
• Life Skills
• Budget & Credit Counseling
Consistent employment is key to stability, so we encourage clients to pursue new jobs, degrees or certificates to advance their careers and increase earning potential.
All applicants are screened carefully and equally to assess eligibility criteria along with motivation.
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In the FY 2016-2017:
We served 133 households
– 413 individuals (269 children, 144 adults)
• 53% children aged five and under
• 82% single mothers with children
• 8% single females
• 75% experienced domestic violence
• 8% two-parent families
• 1% single dads
83% of households moved into stable, long-term housing. 77% of households increased their income and 68% improved their employment.
You can make a difference to a homeless family!
Homeless families face more than just losing a place to live. Their crisis is often aggravated by the personal pain of domestic violence, job loss, or a critical illness in the family.
Often called the “hidden homeless”, families do not often show up at the places where the homeless are counted, such as emergency shelters or tent camps. Instead they are often living out of their cars, preparing to flee an abusive situation, or “couch surfing” day to day with friends and relatives.
Many of these families come to us with nothing and your support means these families can rebuild their lives. Please select above how you would like to help. Thank you!