Livable income is essential to prevent and end homelessness.
We equip people with the knowledge and skills needed for economic mobility.
Homelessness is a civil rights issue. People experiencing homelessness are too often victims of hate crimes.
Homelessness is inextricably linked to systemic racism. Racial equity must be prioritized in our work to end and prevent homelessness.
Our direction comes from personal experience with being unhoused and using homeless and housing services — 80% of our staff and 60% of our Board have experienced homelessness themselves.