The Espigh Family Shelter provides a temporary safe haven for single women, caregiving households and families with children, including single fathers. This crisis housing facility can safely shelter up to 32 people. Families receive intensive case management whereby the needs of each family are assessed and each are helped to develop a specific, detailed housing plan that includes securing a steady income and searching for safe, decent, and affordable housing that meets their needs.
HomeAgain offers tenant and financial skills training, while utilizing other community resources to help families address issues that could negatively affect long-term housing success, such as substance abuse and mental health issues. Housing Counselors and Case Managers help families select and locate housing.