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10 previously homeless youth graduate from HomeAid WORKS program with new construction skills and jobs in home building.Watch Now
HomeAid Sacramento is pleased to announce the completion of its 100th project on behalf of The Taylor House with nearly 100% in donations. The Taylor House expansion was spearheaded by Builder Captain John P. Caulfield of Landmark Builders, in coordination with a host of incredible building and community partners.Learn More
In Partnership with HomeAid, CoBuild and Alameda County Tiny Homes Open on First Presbyterian Church of Hayward Campus
First Presbyterian Church of Hayward partnered with HomeAid Northern California, CoBuild and Alameda County to open the Tiny Homes project today, providing transitional housing for those experiencing homelessness in Hayward and Alameda County.Learn More
HomeAid Portland joined Catholic Charities of Oregon and other partners to construct sleeping pods for the newly relocated Kenton Women’s Village. Kenton Women’s Village is a creative, collaborative project, offering a new potential approach for addressing houselessness at a small scale, which could be adapted and implemented in communities across the country.Learn More
Builder Captain M/I Homes, and 15 trade partners completed the renovation of a townhome owned by Pathway Homes, Inc., who provides non-time-limited housing and supportive services to adults with mental illness and other co-occurring disabilities in Northern Virginia.Learn More
With approximately 79,000 minors and youth falling victim to sex trafficking in Texas, HomeAid and Taylor Morrison partnered to build an emergency drop-in center in Austin for survivors of exploitation. SAFE will be an entry point where survivors of trafficking can rest, get one-on-one counseling in a safe environment and meet peers in the same situation.Learn More
In partnership with Meritage Homes, HomeAid recently finished a Resource Center for Hope House. Hope House is Metro-Denver’s only resource providing free self-sufficiency programs to teen moms, including Residential, GED and College & Career programs. This 15,000 sq. ft. building will allow Hope House to double its capacity, providing programs to over 450 teen moms each year!Learn More
HomeAid is rebuilding lives for people experiencing homelessness in 19 markets across the US.