Connect with Randolph County Coalition to End Homelessness – a collaboration of local churches, social service agencies and community members working together to address the problem of homelessness in our area.
A Hand Up – Providing Safe Housing for the Homeless
The RCHA Homelessness Program’s Housing Case Manager works with people to find and lease apartments, and then to address the problems that initially led to homelessness. Funding for the RCHA Homelessness Program is currently provided by HUD through the West Virginia Coalition to End Homelessness. This funding pays for staff and for rental housing, but funds are needed for security deposits, utility payments, ID recovery and duplication and, in some cases, households goods. We welcome your tax-deductible donation to help people experiencing homelessness find and maintain housing.
How We Help Combat Homelessness
The purpose of the Homelessness Program is to assist individuals and families experiencing homelessness, and at serious risk of becoming homeless, by helping them move into transitional and permanent housing. In addition, we help assist with navigational support and accessing placement services appropriate to each individual’s specific situation. These services may include referrals to self-sufficiency programs, case management services, education and employment services, drug and alcohol treatment programs, and other supports, as necessary.
Our Dedicated Community Partners
RCHA is proud of the work we do to help protect and elevate our most vulnerable community members. This valuable program would not be possible without our strong coalition of community allies. Together with our dedicated partners, we help house the homeless.