HOHCWC Support Services administers an array of programs to address the problems of homelessness. These programs provide a continuum of services for homeless, at risk and low-income households. HOHCWC programs are designed to prevent homelessness, provide shelter for the homeless, construct supportive housing for the homeless and offer essential services to stabilize housing situations and increase levels of self-sufficiency.
To accomplish this, HOHCWC administers a homeless housing and assistance program, as well as a range of support services programs for homeless and at risk families and individuals, including a solutions to end homelessness.
Our program is designed to help them find the right tools and skills to overcome barriers and build the groundwork to change their lives. Support services include case management, counseling, life skills, financial management, education and employment assistance and help in locating permanent housing. Together, with the adult case manager, clients develop an action plan to address education, employment, housing, financial planning and the well being of their children.