Need help in midtown

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SinceMidtown Family Services has delivered life-changing assistance to the Silicon Valley's most vulnerable residents. Our team works to support individuals and families at all levels of their journey from homelessness to housing.

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Silicon Valley residents who are homeless or facing homelessness are encouraged to by phone or. We use evidence-based assessments to determine what clients need to achieve lasting self-sufficiency. We stay engaged until clients are enrolled with appropriate service providers and have received the assistance that they need.

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We follow up with clients to ensure that they maintain housed status, and have secured lasting and comprehensive stability. If you facing homelessness, we can help. today so we can connect you with needed support. Our programs drive our mission of navigating Silicon Valley residents to achieve self-sufficiency in housing, financial freedom, and build a network of social support.

Midtown's Re-Entry Services uses a Housing First strategy to meet the immediate housing needs parolees have upon return, for 1 year, so that motivated individuals are able to obtain stable incomes sufficient to continue paying for housing and other personal needs on their own.

We provide support for hard working families to help them become economically stable. Support comes in the form of both financial and social support, which may include emergency economic relief, family counseling, small debt relief, and parenting classes. Midtown assists individuals and families to become self-sufficient in housing and interdependent domains. Our holistic approach supports families through case management, needs assessment, financial coaching, direct referrals, and emergency financial assistance.

We are proud of our work over the last 6 years supporting over families each year, but there are still hundreds of homeless families in need. You can help us change their lives and change our community. Invest in your community with the confidence that your contribution will provide support for families with the greatest need. Do you need assistance?

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Step 3 We navigate them to needed services. Step 4 We follow up and periodically check in. Get Help Now Donate. Are you homeless or at risk of becoming homeless? Get Help.

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Stability Protects Families. Re-Entry Services Midtown's Re-Entry Services uses a Housing First strategy to meet the immediate housing needs parolees have upon return, for 1 year, so that motivated individuals are able to obtain stable incomes sufficient to continue paying for housing and other personal needs on their own.

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Need help in midtown

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