Impacting the Community

The Mission Center exists as a warming center and resource center. We provide experienced, responsible and effective solutions to help individuals and families emerge from homelessness and other barriers as productive, healthy people. Also provided is adult and youth programs and services, job assistance, domestic training (planning/budgeting and caring for household) and case management. Drop in services include use of bathrooms, computer, telephone, address, rescue transportation and other supportive services.


RE-OPENING SOON

Thrift Ministry

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An expression of The Philip House Mission’s concern for people in need, this ministry provides for the distribution of donated clothing and small household appliances for families, those in transition, re-entry into the workforce, or any person with an identifiable need. 

Feeding the Needy

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The Philip House Mission is committed to reaching out to the hungry with both physical and spiritual nourishment. Often times, we address a chronic lack of food. It’s a situation often seen. 


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Overnight Shelter

Currently serving only adult women on Wednesday's only. 

Resource Center

Resource Center

While with us, we provide intake, case management and other services for help out of homelessness. 

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Warming Center

During inclement weather, we operate as a warming center.

Homeless Support

  

Housing Placement Assistance and Referral Services:

  • Assist eligible clients in connecting with available housing and identifying housing resources.
  • Assist eligible clients with applying for rental subsidies and other financial assistance needed to assist with their housing placement.
  • Assists participating clients by advocating on their behalf with landlords and property owners.
  • Refers participating clients to additional supportive services.
  • Maintains contact with participating clients for 90 days to assure housing is secure and maintained.

Non-Intensive Housing Case Management

  • Provide case management services to increase consumer’s capacity to live independently and self sufficiently.
  • Assist eligible clients in sustaining their stability by teaching our Domestic Training and Financial Literacy Course
  • Refers participating clients to additional supportive services if necessary
  • Advocate for participating clients to receive safe and appropriate housing, and educate the clients on how to advocate for themselves.
  • Teach and refer clients to homeownership classes
  • Provide opportunities for homeownership


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