To establish trust and inspire hope by providing access to resources, services, and education to those who are experiencing homelessness and housing instability.
Definition of necessity of life: A thing that a person must have in order to survive. Many people and families cannot even afford the basic/bare necessities of life.
This was during the West Coast fires in 2020. It was a very difficult time for everyone, especially the homeless, breathing the smoke all day and not being able to escape it.
Family Assistance and Resource Center Group is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that serves people experiencing homelessness and housing instability in Linn county. Our street outreach program meets people where they are, in camps, cars, parks, campgrounds, and the streets to provide access to survival essentials, resources, and services.
Improve health equity through innovative low barrier housing crisis intervention and advocacy for the homeless and home at risk groups with an extensive network of collaboration partners and the City of Sweet Home.
Conduct community based outreach to raise awareness of our mission, continuum of services, and to facilitate engagement with stakeholders who have contact with homeless and the homeless at risk.
Provide help filling out housing applications, HUD forms, and aid for financial assistance for housing. We allow the community to access housing resource information without stigma or judgment.
Provide pro-social, recreational, and culturally relevant activities that foster a sense of belonging within the community, and connect them to strengths, abilities, and interests.
Your donation will help us save and improve lives with research, education and emergency care.