Some 3.5 million people, will experience homelessness this year.
42% of homeless children are under the age of five.
The best solutions involve the entire community.
intentional, planned, personally motivated, and supported by resources
More than a bed and a meal. It requires meeting each person at their point of need
Make a difference!
We’re counting on our community
What is your favorite thing about The Journey Home? If you're a client, what is the best service we offer? If you're a volunteer, what do you enjoy doing most here?
Looking for ways to fulfill your service hours for school? Trying to find ideas to spend those extra hours you have after retirement? We need you! There are volunteer opportunities in our Community Cafe, in the office helping with paperwork, and, as always, in our clothes closet and food pantry. We can use your heart and hands to help those who need it most. Call 615-809-2644 for details or log on to lovegodservepeople.org. to donate. ... See more
Ethan Boyd presents Mrs. Geneva Poss a check for $900. The Journey Home applauds your kindness, Ethan.
Thank you Ethan Boyd for coordinating Dogma Dance Off to benefit The Journey Home! I'll also post a photo of Ethan presenting Mrs. Geneva Poss a check for $900.
Photo by Krystal Loritts / Contributing Writer Story by Krystal Loritts / Contributing Writer and Brinley Hineman / Editor-in-Chief Dogma Dance Off kicked off their second festival on Saturday at … ... See more
Members of St. Paul's Episcopal Church Youth volunteered two days last week in our dining room and clothes closet. Big thanks to Catricia Robinson for spearheading this effort. St. Paul's is also organizing Undie Sunday for this coming Sunday. Between now and Sunday, you can drop off new underwear and bras. We need all sizes and both male and female underwear. If you can't make it to church at St. Paul's on Sunday, feel free to drop off donations at the St. Paul's office at 116 N. Academy St. Questions? Call (615) 893-3780. Of course, you can always drop items at TJH at 308 W. Castle St. God bless you for giving! Visit lovegodservepeople.org to donate online. ... See more
A *SUPER-DUPER* THANK YOU to North Boulevard Church of Christ youth volunteers that came out and worked in the clothes closet last week. They did an OUTSTANDING job of organizing and processing what seemed like A TON of donations to help clients. We get donations in all the time, so feel free to come by and continue to help us keep the clothes closet organized. AND please continue to drop off your gently used donations. (sorry the picture is kind of fuzzy. if you have a better one, email firstname.lastname@example.org) ... See more
Nonprofit directors attend women's pool party, leave with all the underwear
Check out our FIRST newsletter! If you haven't received it yet, please message us your email on FB, or email email@example.com. We'll be happy to get you on our list. The monthly newsletter will feature a client spotlight, volunteer spotlight, ways you can get involved, what's happening at The Journey Home, and ways you can help us keep serving those who need us most. Thanks for all you do to make The Journey Home a success! God bless you all! ... See more
Some of the youngest are most affected by poverty, with long-term consequences that reach far into the future for them.
State's child homeless populations tops 28,000.
Did you know The Journey home has computers that allow people to apply for jobs, check email and Facebook family and friends? Just one of many ways The Journey Home helps people.