HomeAid’s Vision is to be a vital force in ending homelessness.
HomeAid’s Mission is to build new lives for families and individuals experiencing homelessness through housing and community outreach.
Every individual has worth and human dignity and deserves the basic provision of shelter as a necessity of life.
Most people experiencing homelessness do not want to be without a home.
We have a civic and moral responsibility to respond to the crisis of homelessness in this nation by engaging each person’s individual resources and talents.
HomeAid's mission is to end homelessness by providing housing!Watch Now
HomeAid Houston provided and replaced an existing roof on one of Vita Living's group homes, located in the Spring Branch neighborhood. This is HomeAid Houston's first project with Vita Living.
Vita Living provides long-term, comprehensive care and support for adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Vita Living is committed to creating a happy and healthy environment for the residents they serve. Vita Living consists of 18 group homes that support up to 78 residents. Each home is designed to accommodate the day-to-day challenges individuals with IDD face, such as bathing, eating, and mobility, but still feels like a real home with bedrooms, living areas, kitchens, and back yards. This helps create and maintain a warm, genuine, and home-like environment. Specially equipped vans transport residents from their group home to the Vita Living Center each day to participate in enrichment programs, such as games, crafts, and social interaction.Learn More
On March 9, HomeAid Northern Virginia and Operation Renewed Hope Foundation, conducted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Willowood Lane, in Alexandria, VA, celebrating the recent completion of a renovation and expansion project which provides new life to the group housing for veterans experiencing homelessness. The project was made possible thanks to a large collaboration of contributors which included the Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority (FCRHA).
The completion of the home located on Willowood Lane is the second of the two projects – the first was completed in 2019 – and both are now providing affordable long-term housing to veterans and their families who are homeless or are at-risk of homelessness.Learn More
The first significant construction project by HomeAid Orlando, this facility is a four home condominium that has added 14 beds and administrative space for emergency/transitional living alongside supportive services.
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HomeAid Austin and Taylor Morrison Austin celebrates the completion of both of their tiny homes for the HomeAid Austin tiny home project in partnership with Mobile Loaves and Fishes for Community First Village.
Taylor Morrison chose to build not one, but TWO tiny homes--the only one of our Builder Captains to do so.
Taylor Morrison has been supportive of HomeAid since the beginning and not only in the Austin chapter but on a national level as well. Sheryl Palmer, Chairwoman, and CEO of Taylor Morrison, is also President of the Board of Directors for HomeAid America.
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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
Housing for Heroes! One step closer in ending homelessness for veterans in the Twin Cities!
HomeAid is excited to celebrate with HomeAid Twin Cities, Housing First Minnesota Foundation, Lennar and 41 Trade Partners the dedication of this home for MACV Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans . This four-bedroom residence will provide shelter and supportive services to veterans in need.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
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
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 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
HomeAid is rebuilding lives for people experiencing homelessness in 19 markets across the US.