Family Life Center is a housing program that addresses the needs of the homeless or at-risk homeless through emergency shelter, permanent housing and rental assistance.
Assist TANF eligible families in transitioning to permanent housing. Includes security deposits and or first month rent and case management.
Addresses the one-time emergency financial needs of families and individuals that face eviction
Shelter Plus Care:
A federally funded program designed to assist individuals who are homeless and have a disability, find and maintain permanent housing.
Outreach workers make viable contact with homeless individuals and families to connect them with resources and basic necessities such as food and clothing. The overall goal is to provide outreach, case management, crisis intervention, transportation and links to healthcare including mental health services, housing services and other social service programs. Outreach workers assist in resolving problems related to homelessness.
Food / Clothing:
Food and Clothing is given out on Wednesdays 10-AM-12PM. Unsheltered households may pick up every Wednesday. Sheltered households may pick up on the last Wednesday of the month
Outreach Luncheon prepared on the 3rd Saturday of every month at 12 noon. Haircuts may also be provided by skilled volunteers. Bible Study is held every Wednesday at 3 pm with a meal to follow at 3:30pm.