Making A Difference
This year alone, JHP has provided shelter for a total of 330 men, women, and children and has assisted over 200 individuals into permanent housing.
Not only have we guided 251 of our clients to gain employment, but we have also supported 221 individuals to maintain their employment after a year.
At the conclusion of its last fiscal year, FY16, the agency provided outreach and critical supportive services to 688 individuals, inclusive of 85 children.
These results alone show our commitment to our mission, by leading our consumers towards a path of self-sufficiency.
Individual Program Results
Naylor Road Temporary Family Shelter
Sheltered 54 families – 105 adults and 83 children
24 adults were placed in employment
26 families moved into permanent housing
4 entered into vocational training
19 individuals maintained employment after a year
240 people enrolled in our self-sufficiency program
110 individuals became gainfully employed
22 individuals entered into vocational training
110 individuals were assisted in moving into permanent housing
96 individuals maintained employment after a year
Prince George's House
Housed 142 people
63 men become employed
Assisted 115 individuals move into permanent housing
10 entered into vocational training
51 maintained employment after a year
105 individuals were served, the majority were single mothers
54 individuals gained employment
7 entered into vocational training
46 individuals maintained employment after a year