PADS Shelter

  • In 2018, we provided a total of 522 clients with 14,956 nights of shelter services and 43,671 meals (Emergency Shelter and summer Transitional Shelter combined). 
  • 435 adults and children received 13,351 nights of emergency shelter (mid-September to mid-May) and 40,053 meals in 2018.
  • 60 individuals in the summer Transitional Shelter (June to mid-September) received 1,225 nights of shelter and 3,675 meals. They participated in weekly life skills groups and case management.
  • In our PADS Shelter, more than 1000 volunteers, congregations and community groups provided 20,932 hours of donated time (valued at $209,325)  and $112,191 in meals and in-kind support, more than 300 hours in the Medical Clinic and Legal Clinics.

Outreach & Engagement 

  • 231 individuals living on the street were connected with Housing Forward. In addition to receiving basic needs (clothing, food, toiletries, etc.) through 1052 service interactions, 95 were provided with case management to end their homelessness. 7 were linked in medical, mental health and addiction treatment services. 22 were assisted in the obtainment of income, and 37 were housed.
  • 523 individuals in the PADS Shelter were provided with case management to end their housing crisis. 

Supportive Services

  • 383 individuals made 4,113 visits to the Support Center to receive assistance.
  • 290 of them participated in case management in the Support Center.
  • 71 engaged in medical and behavioral health services.
  • Supportive Services staff helped 18 individuals obtain income through benefits, and 55 individuals obtain housing. 

Supportive Housing

Across all of our housing programs, 378 individuals in 322 households were provided with 95,814 nights of housing, the equivalent of more than 251 years.

  • Permanent Supportive Housing
    • 184 individuals in 138 households received 57,633 nights of housing.
    • 99 individuals in 78 households received 29,252 nights of housing delivered by partner agencies (Housing Forward is the fiscal managing agency.)
  • VA Housing
    • 13 veterans were provided with 2,133 nights of housing
  • Rapid Re-Housing
    • 51 individuals in 38 households were provided with 4,637 nights of housing.

Employment Readiness

  • 92 individuals participated in one-on-one or group-based (Career Passport) case management to address their barriers to employment.
  • 376 employment counseling sessions were provided.
  • 92 of these individuals were of extremely low, low, or moderate-income.
  • 44 individuals were employed after receiving services through the program.


  • In total, 898 households received financial assistance to end a financial or housing crisis.
  • Of these, 94 households received $165,107 in homeless prevention funding to prevent the loss of their home, or to pay for a security deposit and/or first month's rent for a new home.
  • 308 households were provided with $12,259 of non-rent emergency assistance ($7,842 for utilities, $1,459 for the obtainment of state identification, $1,711 for transportation to jobs or medical appointments, and $1,247 for miscellaneous expenses).
  • 423 individuals received Short-term Stabilization services.
  • 105 individuals were provided with case management and/or a referral to the appropriate resource to end their crisis.