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Family Promise of Mid Michigan hosts a Community Gathering - April 16, 2024 - St. Paul’s Episcopal Church - Addressing Family Housing Crisis Through Collaborative Efforts.

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Family Promise of Mid Michigan hosts a Community Gathering - April 16, 2024 - St. Paul’s Episcopal Church - Addressing Family Housing Crisis Through Collaborative Efforts.


[FLINT, MI, 4 APRIL 2024]—In a concerted effort to combat the housing crisis affecting our community, Family Promise of Mid Michigan is hosting a Community Gathering on April 16th at its new Day Center within St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Along with current partners, they invite people who are curious about how to help support needy families.


Families facing housing instability right here in our midst are finding hope and assistance through the coordinated efforts of Family Promise of Mid Michigan and its network of partners. Through innovative programs and compassionate outreach, they are making significant strides in addressing this pressing issue affecting many.


Family Promise of Mid Michigan and its partners have developed comprehensive strategies to aid families experiencing housing crises as part of their commitment to serving the community. By providing more than shelter, access to resources, and case management guidance toward long-term stability, they offer a lifeline to those in need.


“We recognize the urgency of the housing crisis in our community and are dedicated to providing immediate support to families facing instability,” says Tiffani Wharry, Executive Director of Family Promise of MidMichigan. “A cost-effective alternative to traditional shelter, our holistic approach encompasses prevention, diversion, stabilization, and short-term emergency shelter. We empower and provide an outlet to avoid duplication of services for others in the community with like-minded goals of helping struggling families.  We offer comprehensive solutions that address the root causes of a housing crisis that often can lead to homelessness and provide pathways to sustainable housing.”




To learn more about how Family Promise of Mid Michigan and its partners are making a difference in our community and how you can get involved, please visit [www.familypromisemidmichigan.org] or contact them at 810-234-9444.


About Family Promise of Mid Michigan

Family Promise is a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization addressing the crisis of family homelessness in Genesee County.  In 2012, a group of individuals came together wanting to help children and families in a housing crisis. Since then, FPMM  has provided more than 16,763 nights of safe sleep and 46,572 meals and has served more than 2,055 people, primarily children. Currently, 92% of our graduating families still live in stable homes. Through a comprehensive set of solutions involving prevention, emergency shelter, and stabilization, Family Promise empowers families experiencing or who are at risk of homelessness to reclaim and maintain their independence. We are not just a shelter but a holistic solution to ending family homelessness….one family at a time.  To learn more about FPGC, visit familypromisemidmichigan.org



Press Contact

Tiffani Ferrier-Wharry, Executive Director

or

Nicole Hoste-Breslin, Development Director

810.234.9444

[End of Press Release]


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