1. To 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.
Those We Serve
The Center serves men, women, children and Veteran's each day. The Center opened in 1988 and has served more than 60,000 individuals in our community. Programming and resources are provided to those experiencing homelessness to help them break the cycle of homelessness.
The Center for the Homeless is the areas largest residential facility for individuals experiencing 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.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Approximately 400 guests volunteer at the Center each month. Volunteers participate in a variety of roles and are a vital part of the CFH community!
PROVIDING SERVICES TO THOSE WHO NEED IT MOST
Miracles Happen Everyday at the Center for the Homeless.