Ending homelessness means addressing it at all levels - we strive to prevent homelessness whenever possible, we respond to the crisis, and work to stabilize those facing homelessness with housing. In 2019 the lives of 2,018 clients were positively impacted through our services.
We identify and quickly connect people experiencing homelessness with basic needs—like safety, food and shelter—then link them to services to begin resolving their crisis immediately.
Outreach & Engagement
253 individuals living on the streets received services from our outreach team and received 1,456 service interactions, including case management to end their homelessness, linkage in medical, mental health and addiction treatment services, obtaining income, and obtaining housing.
485 individuals made 6,022 visits to our Support Center to address a variety of basic needs. 319 participated in case management and 63 obtained housing.
PADS Emergency Shelter Services
596 individuals and families received 15,400 nights of shelter and 40,887 meals at our rotating emergency shelter sites and our summer transitional shelter.
69 individuals participated in employment readiness services and participated in 296 employment counseling sessions to address their barriers to employment. All but one (68) of these individuals were of extremely low, low, or moderate-income.
- Across our housing programs, 408 individuals in 322 households were provided with 95,814 nights of housing
- 189 individuals in 137 households received 60,786 nights of housing through Permanent Supportive Housing Services
- 101 individuals in 80 households received 33,997 nights of housing delivered by our Permanent Supportive Housing partner agencies
- 59 individuals in 32 households were provided with 13,846 nights of housing through Rapid Re-Housing Services.