Hebron House Of Hospitality Inc
Rating: 5 stars 3 3 reviews
111 East Main Street Waukesha WI 53186 USA
To provide emergency housing and related services to people in transition with the basic needs of shelter, food and personal support.
Shelter - provide shelter, food, and support for homeless women and families
long-term case management - providing independent living support to head of households and their families.
jeremy house - provide shelter, food, and support for the mentally ill who are also experiencing homelessness.
grants programs - provides grants to low income households for housing only. Expenses 63,756. Including grants of 23,686. Revenue 6,359. Permanent housing - provide permanent housing options for head of households who are homeless and have substance abuse issues or disability. Expenses 170,808. Including grants of 0. Revenue 49,162. Drop in shelter was an overflow facility that operated from 7 p. M. To 7 a. M. For single men for the winter months. Expenses 63,194. Including grants of 10,379. Revenue 0. Project for assistance in the transition from homelessness (path) - find and assist homeless individuals to provide life direction expenses 51,189. Including grants of 0. Revenue 0. Outside in program provides a warm bed to the male homeless population and provides support and resources to be reestablished in the community. Expenses 4,450. Including grants of 0. Revenue 0.
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7 people found this review helpful
Hebron House has recently opened a new location in West Bend WI, and the work done there has been fantastic. I have been a fan of this organization and the work they do for a long time. I hope that this will assist them in continuing the work they do.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Assist everyone that has a need and continue to grow into areas that are lacking in homeless services
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