From our inception in 1980, our work focused on the healing benefits of having a place to call home. From our assisted living facilities to apartments, condos, townhouses and single-family dwellings over seven hundred formerly homeless men and women go to bed at night in a place they call “home.” We own over eighty properties and lease/manage another two-hundred and fifty. The unique challenge of providing non-time-limited housing is that to serve current consumers and expand to serve additional people in need, we must acquire and maintain these homes.