Provide supportive interventions in the form of advocacy, effective referrals, in-kind support, and limited financial aid to help stabilized individuals and families.
We provide support in the areas of employment, home stability, personal identity document search/procurement and problem solving.
All clients seeking financial assistance will be required to make an appointment prior to their visit for assistance. Walk-in will only be for clothing, hygiene items and one-time public transit assistance.
The general profile of those we serve are:
We continually seek donations of toiletry/personal hygiene items such as:
We will operate in volunteer teams.
The program will operate Tuesdays through Fridays depending on our volunteer staffing abilities.
Volunteers and volunteer from 2 to 6 hours a day with breaks as needed.
Each shift will have a Primary Volunteer who will engage, assess, and suggest interventions to meet client needs.
This may include financial assistance, advocacy, or community referrals.
The Secondary Volunteer will engage clients and help with clothing, personal hygiene needs and one-time, confirmed public transit needs.
Contact: Rick Saymn