Homelessness & hunger is situated at the intersection of personal, financial, and community health. Things like financial ruin, chronic illness, drug and alcohol abuse, and very often mental illness, can position a Citizen to become homeless. While there are many causes of homelessness and hunger there are also many ways that we as a community can help.
We combine mental health awareness, hot & non-perishable meal delivery, and other medical and financial resources tailored to the most vulnerable Citizens to chronic homelessness. Definitions vary but we focus on Citizens who are homeless for more than 6 months or repeatedly without a home. We consider these Citizens chronically homeless.