What people need most
Life is precarious for people in poverty. The tiniest set back can be the tipping point to homelessness. One illness. A car breakdown. Anything that could lead to a lost job or falling behind in the rent.
We work to give people access to City Help’s Mobile Medical Clinic, clothing and other interventions that can help people stay in housing and keep their families together. In addition, our Foster Care Intervention program works to give foster children back their families, and we also care for Emancipated Youth, who would otherwise be the next generation of homelessness.
Our hope is to help take individuals and families from a state of poverty to self sufficiency.