Housing and Social Services Programs
828 families served, including 1,143 adults and 1,036 children
In the previous program year, Homefirst served nearly 2,200 individuals including over 825 families and over 1,030 children in Union County. All Homefirst services are provided free of charge to the client. Our experience has shown that all individuals and family members increase their overall well-being when living in stable housing. We coordinate service delivery along a continuum of care that includes housing, healthcare, budgeting, education and other opportunities to enhance the quality life.
- In 2015, the Homefirst Permanent Supportive Housing Program provided safe permanent housing in conjunction with social services to 31-households. The Permanent Supportive Housing Program included 10-families and 12-individuals from the HIV/AIDS community. All of the affected families and/or individuals served in Permanent Supportive Housing program have made consistent health gains, have received primary healthcare, have increased skills and participated in a variety of community activities.
- In 2015, the Homefirst Shelter + Care Program provided 35-Shelter + Care Long-Term Rental Assistance to families and individuals. A total of 17-individuals infected by HIV/AIDS received long-term rental assistance through the Homefirst Shelter + Care Program.