In Home Recovery Services provides services to adults living with a mental health diagnosis in Brown County (27 clients). Persons served within this program are taught independent living skills and provided with personal support to help them achieve and maintain independence in their own home, as well as, out in the community.
The program is a new addition to the Pals Program, which has been active in the county since 1973. The Teen Pals Program aims specifically to pair volunteer mentors (21 and up) with ages 14-18 in order to help them build relationships and develop skills that will benefit their over all independance. (2-4 times per month) For more information, please contact Dustin Koury 920-448-6137 or email@example.com
2019 Workcamp 6/23 2019 (Reframe Titletown)
We’re in the process of reviewing the over 100 applications received to determine if they fit the criteria needed for repairs. Work orders are being written up for materials, etc. Work campers will be housed at Lineville Intermediate School in Howard. We are blessed to be able to help those in our community who are disabled, elderly or moderate income be able to stay in their homes. Sponsors for this mission effort are: Group Mission Works, Howard-Suamico School District, NeighborWorks Green Bay, Resurrection Lutheran Church and Trinity Lutheran Church. Co-sponsors are: Kimps ACE Hardware and Menards in Howard.
Starting 5/2 the Micah Center will offer breakfast and lunch 3 days a week.
In order to provide our homeless population with these meals, we rely on donations.
Needs are: regular coffee, cold cereal, peanut butter, jelly, lunch meat, kool-aid, sugar, ketchup,
mustard, mayonnaise, paper cups, paper plates, and styrofoam bowls.
We are also in need of cleaning supplies like Mr. Clean, Comet cleanser, 409, etc.
Items can be dropped off at the Micah Center, 700 E. Walnut – 9-4 M-Th and 12 noon on Fri.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Ecumenical Partnership for Housing (EPH)
Through collaboration between sixteen area churches and The Salvation Army, homeless families receive shelter, case management, mentorship, education support, and budget counseling.
EPH is a comprehensive, all-encompassing program to help homeless families transition from a life of turmoil, turbulence and dependency to a life of hope, stability and self-sufficiency.
- EPH has been providing transitional housing since 1992 in the greater Green Bay area.
- EPH owns and manages twenty family-size units.
- EPH relies on volunteer help to run its organization, and to maintain the units.
- A social worker from The Salvation Army screens families that apply, and places them in available housing units.
- A wide variety of educational and mentoring programs are made available to enable our families to succeed.
- Children are provided with a stable home, while parents pay off debts, acquire education and certifications, and pursue gainful employment.
- Each new family is welcomed with a hot meal and pantry staples. A local group, called Warmth From the Heart, provides individual comforters for each new family member.
- We had a crew cleaning our house last week and are very close to being ready for our “new” family. Clipboards will be sent around for staples to stock the pantry shelves, provide a hot meal their first night in the house, and provide birthday bags with fixings so they can prepare a cake for the celebration.
Working Together to Assist Those in Need