Missoula unfortunately, has homeless families, up to 50 families on a single night. Families with no place to go, facing no-win choices, struggling to create a sense of stability for their kids amid profound uncertainty.
Many homeless families and survivors of domestic violence find help from friends, neighbors or relatives. But there simply isn’t enough help to go around. Missoula faces a shortage of resources for families.
The YWCA and the Missoula Interfaith Collaborative are dedicated to addressing complex social challenges locally is trying to make a difference for homeless families in Missoula.
Whenever a family loses housing or an individual suffers domestic violence in Missoula, The See Them Home Campaign will provide safe shelter that night—plus the support necessary to rapidly move into a stable home and live a life free from violence.
The Greek Orthodox fair booth at the Western Montana Fair is donating all of it’s proceeds this year to the campaign. If you are interested in more information or would like to donate visit www.seethemhome.org .