adopted shelters include:
Semiperm Housing is a comprehensive program created to prepare formerly homeless single parents for self-sufficiency. Through three to five years of housing, intensive case management, life skills workshops and practical resources, Semiperm aims to give participants the means to become independent, return to school, and find employment
Semiperm Housing was developed by the Settlement Housing Fund, a 40 year-old nonprofit organization, whose mission is to create and maintain economically and ethnically diverse affordable housing with community programs and neighborhood amenities. Throughout its history, senior staff at Settlement Housing Fund have seen the need for a program that helps single parents who have challenges finding and maintaining permanent housing, but who could thrive in an environment with supports and structure. Upon completing the Semiperm program, Settlement Housing Fund will help each participant and their children transition to permanent housing.
Nazareth Housing provides a stable environment and supportive
services for homeless families. It enables families,
to develop vocational, education and parenting skills
to ensure long-term survival needs. In addition
Nazareth facilitates the search for permanent housing.
Further, services are also offered to the to formerly
homeless, elderly and specially abled individuals and
families relocated into permanent housing.