No central location for information and/or resources, assessment, or to complete assessments
We distribute resource information, complete intakes and assessments for people who are homeless or are about to be homeless.
Many people become homeless because they do not have the necessary skills to be self-sustaining.
Provide life skill classes (budgeting, meal planning, completing job applications, etc.), Bible studies, gardening, etc.
Jacksonville does not have a homeless prevention program, and clients receiving permanent supportive housing may not have funds for utility deposits.
Provide services to help pay back-rent, utility and rent deposits. Clients can attend life skills classes, or volunteer to earn vouchers
People who are homeless getting an apartment often need furnishings and supplies
Clients volunteer and attend classes to earn vouchers to get furniture and supplies
The below stats show the resource information we provided at intake as well as how the clients used their Earnings
Intake Applications: 209
Resource Information provided: Housing 81%, Food: 61%, Employment: 64%,
Financial Assistance: 53%