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Our mission is to provide a self-sufficiency program that promotes stability for diverse homeless families and individuals through supportive housing, comprehensive case management and life skills training.
The human service need that our agency addresses is homelessness The Inn provides services that include transitional housing, in-house trainings and comprehensive case managemnet to help increase the level of self-sufficiency for our residents
The Self-Sufficiency Program provides safe, affordable supportive housing, comprehensive case management, collaboration with eleven referring agencies for community resources and in-house Life Skills training to build skills that enhance the quality of life. The overall goal is for families, youth and individuals to transition from being homeless and work toward a self-sufficient living. The majority (70%) of the Inn Between residents will transition back into the community with the acquired skills to live independently.
During 2014, the Inn provided safe, affordable time-limited housing for 108 households; within those households there were 262 individuals. Of the 108 households, 64 (59%) were families consisting of 115 adults and 103 children. Forty-four (41%) of the households were single adults. Of the 44 single adult households, 11 were students unable to live at home who were living at the Inn under the Student Incentive Program (SIP). Among the 64 families served there were 30 (47%) two-parent families, 28 (44%) single parent families and 6 (9%) were couples without children.
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