Working to end homelessness with education, opportunities, and hope.
7hills provides housing and basic needs services for people experiencing homelessness with a person-centered approach. We strive to incorporate dignity in all that we do, meeting individuals where they are with a spirit of compassion, and working with them to support their short and long-term needs as they strive to achieve self-sufficiency.
Our Walker Family Residential Community provides transitional and permanent supportive housing, where participants work on individual goals, budgeting, and more. Each year, this community houses 30 to 36 individuals. Our HOPE program provides community-based rapid re-housing and homelessness prevention services. Temporary financial assistance is supplemented with wrap-around case management to ensure participants’ success post-program. Every year, we support 50 households. Our Day Center focuses on meeting the daily basic needs of individuals experiencing homelessness. People have access to food, showers, storage, laundry, and bus passes, as well as ID, prescription, and other assistance. They also have access to a Case Manager to help them access additional resources that they need. Each month, we serve over 500 individuals at our Day Center.
All three of our programs work together to provide the best possible services to people in need. We believe that relationships are a large part of our success, and each of our team members is committed to our mission. Every month, we conduct 402 case management sessions with individuals across our three programs. Sessions include working toward employment, improving physical and mental health, creating budgets, and setting individualized goals.
|Causes||Community Crisis Support Emergency & Safety Food Insecurity, Hunger Gender Homeless & Housing Poverty & Basic Needs|
237 People | 471 Impacts | 1,392 Hours