Inter-Faith Housing Alliance provides opportunities for families in our diverse community to achieve self-sufficiency by offering community-based programs designed to bridge homelessness and independence.
What We Do
I-FHA serves families experiencing homelessness by providing stable housing and support that lead families toward self-sufficiency. We offer a 90-day emergency shelter program in partnership with area religious congregations, a 2-year transitional housing program, an open-ended supportive housing program, and a food cupboard. Families in housing programs receive case management, education, and help with basic needs; graduates receive aftercare to keep them on track to maintain independence.