Over the past 3 months, INMED’s case managers provided intensive home visiting and case management to 23 families and their 49 children to help them avoid becoming homeless. In addition to equipping parents with the tools to improve their financial management skills, INMED’s team helped parents improve their job skills, set goals for career advancement and implement other strategies to enable them to provide stable, nurturing environments for their children. We’re happy to report that 100% of the program participants have remained in their homes.
Learn more about INMED’s Homelessness Prevention program at http://opportunitycenter.us/programs/community-based-programs/ or contact Cecilia Diaz-Yap at 703-729-4951.
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