The Road Home provides emergency shelter, supportive services, and housing assistance that help individuals and families step out of homelessness.
Helping individuals and families move out of shelter and into housing happens every day at The Road Home. You can read some of their stories here.
Cole spent years in shelter struggling with various ailments and barriers that kept him from moving ...
After being in shelter on and off, with only a social security card and an expired out of state ID, ...
Sue and her family were on the brink of becoming homeless; balancing her job as a school teacher whi...
Jordan was struggling to attend school on a regular basis. Case Managers at the Midvale Family Resou...
When Ray first came to the Men's Resource Center, he had a difficult time engaging with our various ...
Randall has been experiencing homelessness for over a year. He has 5 children and has been working h...
Of those who shelter with us, 60% receive case management services at some point during their stay
On any given night, we have over
people in housing, in the community
Of those who shelter with us,
receive case management services at some point during their stay
In the last year we assisted
people with employment and housing-related services
The Road Home team works with individuals and families, each step of the way to help them overcome their homelessness and move back into a home of their own.
Everything we do at The Road Home is to help people overcome homelessness and move back home. This includes nationally recognized best practices such as housing-first, progressive engagement, rapid re-housing, and housing navigation.
We’re so excited for Apple Tree, and Ace Recycling & Disposal’s “Tee Off for Shelter” Golf Tournament!
We are honored to have the below panel of our amazing colleagues discuss the challenges, successes, and impactful experiences they have had working in...Read More
04.05.21 | By, Rachel Anderson