Finding employment while experiencing homelessness is stressful. On the first day of work, new employees are expected to show up on time and outfitted in the required uniform, wearing proper footwear and with tools or other required work items in hand.
Gainful employment is a key factor in helping individuals get out of a homeless situation. We help workers prepare for their new position by providing required work items, such as work clothes, work shoes, tools, bus passes, and more.
We outfit workers with work shoes, boots, and clothes that are required for them to start.
We provide tools for construction workers, welders, barbers, chefs, and other trades.
We provide reliable transportation via 31-day unlimited bus passes or gas cards for the first few months of employment.
We cover union dues, professional licensing test costs, renewal fees, certifications, training, and more.