HELP I is a transitional housing facility for homeless families, serving 800 individuals in 191 family units.
The comprehensive, family-oriented programs offered at HELP I treat all of its residents’ many-faceted needs, and empower them to become and remain self-reliant. Since its inception in 1987, HELP I has served over 8,000 families with transitional housing and case management services.
Available services include:
- Medical Services
- Domestic Violence Counseling and Advocacy
- GED Support
- Housing Placement Assistance
- Early Childhood Education/Daycare
- After School Programs
- Mentoring for Children
- Board of Education Programs (to re-establish children in schools)
- Client Case Management
- Referrals to Additional Services
- On-Site Security