We have worked across government silos to provide treatment to address addiction and begun to provide the addict ex-offender with required housing, treatment, and a job.
Service plans for program participants are individualized based on their needs, circumstances and market conditions, and focus on helping households find and keep housing.
During times of widespread economic hardship when the job market tightens and more applicants compete for fewer opportunities, applicants experiencing homelessness are at a distinct disadvantage.
A lot of people are waiting for Martin Luther King to come back — but they are gone. We are it. It is up to us.