HSC Helps Lori Find a Permanent Home
HSC Housing Navigator Sarah first met Lori in December of 2020 when she entered the Safe Outdoor Space (SOS), HSC's former resource-based encampment for unsheltered individuals. Lori utilized Homeless ID Project to obtain identification documents while in the SOS Lots. When the SOS lots began closing down, HSC moved Lori over to the Project 8 Bridge Housing program while working on her housing plan. During Lori's stay with HSC in the bridge program, we assisted her with filling out an application with Native American Connections (NAC) to receive permanent supportive housing.

As of February 15, Lori signed a lease and received a key to her apartment at NAC’s Stepping Stones! HSC provided a check for her move-in expenses, and St. Vincent de Paul provided a check for her entire years’ worth of rent. HSC provided Kroger gift cards to buy groceries for her new apartment, and with NAC provided her with move-in essentials. 

This weekend Lori will be able to cook a meal in her own home for her three daughters and her two grandchildren after successfully ending her homelessness that lasted since May 2019. Examples like this are why HSC and our partners work with clients who previously seemed "unreachable". Time, consistency, and patience can and do change lives! 

Thank you for supporting Lori’s move from Street to Home.
Keep it Cut, a subscription based hair salon with eight locations throughout the Valley, has partnered with the HSC to support our efforts to end homelessness in our community.
We are excited to announce a special project for February, the month of LOVE: Give today and have your gift DOUBLED!
For every dollar you donate in February, Keep It Cut will match it up to $10,000! Proceeds will go to the Human Services Campus (HSC) and wil help people move from Street to Home.

The HSC thanks you and Keep it Cut for helping us end homelessness in our community!
Episode 27 of
The McQuaid Mission
on the
According to a recent ASU study, nearly 50% of young adults experiencing homelessness identified as LGBTQ – and the average age of their first homeless experience was at 17 years of age. We are joined live in studio by Nate Rhoton, Executive Director at one-n-ten, for a look at what’s being done to help and equip our young people.

Also, Jayson Matthews and Gilbert Arvizu from the Valley of The Sun United Way join us in studio for a conversation on healthcare and homelessness.

Episode 28 will air on Monday, Febuary 28th! Click Here to View All Episodes.
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