What a Difference a Day Makes
On any given night in Pierce County 2000 people experience homelessness. This number includes babies, children, teens, and adults. They are victims of domestic violence, people with disabilities, veterans, and senior citizens.
Pierce County residents want better lives for their neighbors. We believe that hard working families should be able to go home to a safe, warm place. We believe that our veterans deserve the security of a place to live. We believe our children should know where they will sleep tonight.
Project Homeless Connect provides a starting place on the journey back to safety, stability, health, and hope. Project Homeless Connect reduces the duration of homelessness by providing services that address the basic needs; basic medical and dental care, access to education, employment and benefits systems, chemical dependency assessments, flu shots, haircuts, and much more – all under one roof!
Because Project Homeless Connect is volunteer-driven, it also offers an amazing opportunity for community involvement and human connection. Come and help make Pierce County a better place to live – for all its residents!
WHY END HOMELESSNESS? BECAUSE WE CAN...
Our community believes that the 2000 people who spent last night homeless in Pierce County deserve better.
Let's get HYPED!
Homeless Youth Prevention
& Empowerment Day
January 24, 2015
Spanaway Middle School
15701 B. St. E