When the eviction ban lifts on September 30, thousands of low-income families in our community could lose their homes. We are on track to serve 145 families this year, and your support not only helps with emergency rental assistance, but also the case management, landlord remediation, and financial counseling that makes this intervention not just a band-aid, but a long-term solution.
A graduate of Door of Hope, Robin says: “I am now the facilitator for a single-mom support group for Homelessness Prevention clients. I truly would like to thank Door of Hope for the love and compassion that was extended to me and my son along with all the children there. I am so so thankful and look forward to giving back anyway I can.”
The Homeless Prevention Program is becoming an integral part of our mission to empower families facing homelessness to transform their lives.