Welcome to CFH's 30th year!
1. Break the cycle of homelessness.
2. Bring people together to discover the
worth, dignity, & potential of one another.
3. Pioneer a service model worthy of replication.
Because of the depth and severity of homelessness, no less than a focused and concerted effort can bring lasting change to the our guests.
The Center has served more than 55,000 men, women, children and Veterans by linking them with the programs, agencies, and people Who can help them break the cycle of homelessness. Our campus consists of a residential building, administrative building, children's natural play area, a universal sports court and the Robert L. Miller Sr. Veteran's Center.