The only solution to homelessness is a home. We work with public partners, private landlords, and other agencies to ensure everyone has a home.
Before we can house, we shelter. Every night, 160 men, women, children, and Veterans sleep safely while they work to end their homelessness.
Keeping people housed often means keeping people healthy. At our on-site clinic, clients are seen by doctors and nurses and set on the path to good health.
Sometimes ending homelessness requires a lawyer. Our legal team helps clients navigate complicated systems to obtain benefits, settle tenant issues, or an ID.
Veterans should not be homeless. In partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs, we ensure Veterans have the housing resources they need.
Restaurants need cooks. Our clients need jobs. Through our five-week culinary training, we create a win-win for our community.
Working with One80 Place Training, One80 Place Café provides a venue for trainees to practice their skills and create a sustainable revenue source.
Nothing happens on an empty stomach. One80 Place serves more than 175,000 meals annually to clients and anyone who is hungry in our community.
It takes a village to feed a community. With the help of local restaurants, cafeterias, and grocery stores, we rescue more than 220,000 lbs. of food annually.