Since 2007, we’ve been working with Escambia County's most vulnerable and under-resourced residents: homeless individuals and families, children living in poverty, U.S. veterans, mentally ill, former inmates, substance abusers and others in need.
Within two miles of our property, there are three homeless camps, multiple abandoned houses where groups of our clients reside, and two homeless shelters. More than 70% of our neighbors in this census tract live well below the poverty level, and live in housing that exceeds over half their income.
The needs of this population are significant, individualized and complex. Our God-centered approach offers a bridge to brighter days, empowering each person with dignity, care and acceptance to equip them for their journey toward recovery and life renewal.