The Inn provides 24 months of transitional housing with comprehensive case management services and in-house trainings for a very diverse homeless population to build skills that progress residents toward self-sufficiency.
Case managers help residents determine what areas require progress and achievement by measuring the components necessary for a continuum towards self-sufficiency.Â They individually assist residents through:
The Inn believes that education is the key to ending the cycle of homelessness. The Life Skills Program consists of in-house trainings to progress residents toward self-sufficiency.Â The trainings are taught by experts from the community and coordinated by the Inn's on-site case managers. Classes are tailored to the needs of Residents.
Student Incentive Program (SIP)
The Student Incentive Program provides homeless and emancipating youth the opportunity to achieve their education goals by making it possible for them to stay in school in an affordable and supportive environment.
The Inn Between believes that success in education is the key to promoting social welfare and fosters economic development. Our Education Center Program offers children living at the Inn and the neighboring communities additional learning assistance to strengthen the foundation for learning to advance educational success and preparation for effective future learning. Students receive:
The Inn is able to offer services to a diverse population due to its collaboration with our eleven referring agencies to ensure a broader and more diverse constituency has access to our services, which in turn benefits our community.