Who do we help?

There are different types of homeless individuals and families that are typically categorized as transitional/situational, episodic, or chronic.

While HomeAid serves each of these populations with housing projects across the U.S., the organization’s primary emphasis is the vast majority of situationally homeless, who are homeless today, but -- if we are successful with service providers and community leaders -- not tomorrow.

Did you know?

Approximately 3.5 million people experience homelessness each year.

Chapter Spotlight

HomeAid Northern California Celebrates Recovery Café San Jose Opening

Recovery Café San Jose, a healing community for those traumatized by addiction, homelessness, and mental health challenges opens with expanded capacity after major renovation efforts from HomeAid Northern California.

Donor Spotlight

Bank of America Charitable Foundation Helps Fund Home for Veterans in Minnesota

HomeAid Twin Cities receives a generous donation from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation through HomeAid America for $10,000 to help fund the build of a five-bedroom home for the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV)...More

Community Outreach Spotlight

HomeAid San Diego Distributes 200 CareKits to Alpha Project's Encampment Shelter

20 Bank of America Merrill Lynch employees assemble and distribute 200 HomeAid ‘CareKits’ for San Diego’s homeless population, totaling more than 50 volunteer hours.