More than 50 families experience homelessness in Scott and Carver Counties on anUpdate: These items are still needed: We are seeking personal and hygiene items for homeless families sheltered in the Families Moving Forward (FMF) program. The FMF program provides overnight shelter at partner congregations. During the day, families are based at our program center in Prior Lake, working with a family advocate to seek housing and jobs and doing laundry, taking showers, and otherwise making a temporary home. The specific items needed are: gas cards, diapers (size 2 & 4), baby wipes, socks (all sizes), bath towels, deodorant (women and men), razors, shampoo and conditioner. Since opening last May, FMF has served 37 children in fourteen families.
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What caused this need?
More than 50 families experience homelessness in Scott and Carver Counties on any given night. Families become homeless for a variety of reasons, including job loss, underemployment, and foreclosure. The goal of the Families Moving Forward Program is to move families to stable housing as quickly as possible and help families address the issues that led to homelessness.
Who is Fish Partner Network?FISH Partners are representatives of the faith community, local government and education entities, service organizations and nonprofits, and businesses which serve Scott County residents and agree that by partnering together we can meet human need in our community.
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