Since 1989, FFH has mobilized communities of faith and other community resources to end homelessness in a spirit of compassion, hope and love. Staff and volunteers from 70+ communities of faith and other community groups collaborate to provide a safe, welcoming environment for homeless and working poor families & individuals.
FFH focuses its efforts in three main programs:
1. The Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) offers children and their families facing or experiencing homelessness the stability of a safe dwelling place, nutritious meals and hospitality while working with professional case management staff to exit shelter into safe, stable housing. 2. Passages and Rapid Re-Housing strengthens families with case management, job and life skills training and housing assistance. 3. The Feed My People Breakfast Program provides a hot breakfast to 600-800 adults weekly, along with help obtaining ID's and Birth Certificates, eyeglass referrals, haircuts and referrals to other services.