Project Homeless No MoreAssists Families / Individuals in the entire process of moving from Homelessness to Homeownership.
1) Moving Homeless off the Street into one of our Homeless Shelters
2) Moving them from our Shelters to our Transitional Housing Units
3) Helping them become Homeowners through Life Skills Training
Life Skills training includes goal setting, budgeting financial planning, getting out of debt, building a sound financial future, balancing the checkbook, money saving tips, motivation, momentum, workplace advancement, first-time home buyer tips, business start-up, investing, and much more.
Unlike most homeless shelters funded by the Federal Government, CHAP holds a high accountability standard for its residents in our Homeless Shelters. Those without jobs, yet capable of working, are required to obtain and maintain full-time employment.
Those unemployed, who enter our program, are required to spend a minimum of 20 hours per week seeking employment and providing a list to CHAP of businesses, contact names, phone, numbers, and dates of their job-seeking efforts. They are also required to do a minimum of 20 hours per week of community service work.
These requirements screen out those who expect handouts with no desire to change. Because of our accountability requirements, residents more quickly become independent rather than staying dependent on CHAP or government programs.