Serving the forgotten
The I’M H.O.M.E. Project is designed to meet basic housing related needs for female veterans, and low/moderate-income families in the local community.
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The I’M H.O.M.E. Project is designed to meet basic housing related needs for female veterans, and low/moderate-income families in Nashville, Davidson County Tennessee. Through three major components of service: basic needs, housing assistance, and permanent supportive housing, the I’M H.O.M.E. will provide home start-up items for Veterans; financial assistance to prevent utility cut-offs, and evictions for low/moderate income families; medical, mental health and employment information and referrals to secure and maintain permanent housing; and financial education and/or training to help families acquire the skills that lead to financial stability.
Policies and Procedures
The I’M H.O.M.E. will have three major components of service: basic needs, housing assistance, and permanent supportive housing.
Basic Needs will provide home start up packages (bed linens, towel sets, eating and cooking utensils – dishes, flatware, pots and pans), and food boxes as needed.
Policy: Basic Needs Home Start-up packages will be provided to Female Veterans during a five month period, from October through February of each year. The Basic Needs component operates on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 -11:00 am and 1:00-3:00 pm.
Housing Assistance will provide finances for late rents to prevent eviction and finances to prevent utility cutoffs. Counseling, as requested, will also be available to help families will financial and life management.
Policy: Housing Assistance will provide financial assistance to prevent utility cut-offs and rental evictions for low/moderate income families.
Financial education and/or training to help families acquire the skills that lead to financial stability will be offered concurrent with other program components. Sessions, times, dates TBD.
Policy: Financial education and/or training will be available to low/moderate income families that live in Nashville/Davidson County, Tennessee.
Policy: I’M H.O.M.E. will provide information and referrals to medical, mental health and employment supports to low/moderate income families to prevent homelessness and encourage permanent housing.