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Since its founding in 1991, Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network (PIHN) has moved 275 families—745 individuals— from homelessness to stability.  The NPIHN program provides assessment and referrals, emergency housing, supportive service, and transitional housing. Equipped with new skills and relationships, 92% of their families do not return to shelter programs after their NPIHN experience. NPIHN offers a safe and child-friendly alternative to more chaotic public shelter settings, allowing families to remain intact. Because they are small, they accommodate intact couples, single father households, adolescent boys, as well as single women with children. They have a strong emphasis on taking a holistic approach to rebuilding from homelessness.

Grant Year: 2011

Grant Type: Operating

Focus Area: Family

Grant Amount: $20,000