Shelter, Nutritious Food, and Health Care, are Human Rights

Housing 4 the Homeless (H4H) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to ending homelessness one person at a time.

We’re a group of social justice advocates who serve our unhoused neighbors; especially those who have been labeled as ‘service resistant’ or ‘not ready’ to get off the streets.

EVERYONE responds to love, empathy, support and mentorship. We take the time to understand the needs of our unhoused neighbors. We provide the services that they want, that they identify as important to them.

Self-efficacy is key to finding permanent solutions.

Who Is On the Team 


Amie has been working as an advocate in this space for decades, while also providing intensive street outreach. She ran her own hotel program at the beginning of the pandemic for seniors and medically compromised individuals. She is deeply invested in every single person that she supports, with a genuine love and respect for each and every participant that is rarely seen in these settings.

Joanne, MSSW, brings her years of experience working with people who suffer from complex trauma to some of the most vulnerable people on the streets.  After 18 years of business ownership, then 12 years in C level non-profit management, she brings a refreshing level of clarity and accountability to the management of H4H.

We are growing the team to provide more help to the homeless.

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Volunteer Opportunities
– Transportation to Appointments
– Grant Writing
– Shopping
– Fund Raising
– Website Development
– Game Night
– Website Development
– Move In Assistance

In addition to the Transitional Housing and Stability Program, H4H provides:
– Personal support during emergency physical/medical crises
– Relocation of at-risk individuals
– Intervention and de-escalation
– Short term emergency shelter
– ID and Social Security card replacement
– Form completion (stimulus, tax, medical, VA benefits, etc.)
– Coordinating/scheduling medical care
– Transportation to appointments
– Intensive personal support to assist with healing and resilience
– Family reunification
– Emergency food
– “Welcome Home” move-in support