Family Promise of Coastal Alabama Mobile

Shelter details

  • Added Dec 4, 2016 | Last Update Sep 16, 2021
  • 1260 Dauphin Steet
       Mobile, AL 36604
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  • (251) 441-1991

Description

In partnership with the City of Mobile, FPCA provides rental units for two families in a renovated duplex.

Families in our affordable housing program receive the same client-focused case management services that their IHN families receive for up to 18 months.

The symbiotic relationship between the city and Family Promise promotes the health of an older downtown neighborhood while meeting one of a family's most basic needs, housing at a cost they can manage.

Transportation to school, work, and vital appointments

Social and educational services

Job retention, budgeting and parenting skillsSupport, compassion, hope and respect

Mobile-Baldwin County Continuum of Care service providers such as Family Promise of Coastal Alabama collect information about people who apply for services.  

They handle all personal information very carefully.  

Read more about our data management and privacy practices.   

Interfaith Hospitality Network

The core elements of an effective approach to homelessness for families already exist in their community - volunteers, congregations and mainstream resources.

 The Interfaith Hospitality Network is the bringing together of these core elements. 

Volunteers prepare and serve meals.

Congregations share their space.

An experienced case manager assists families with making individualized case plans and accessing community resources.

Program Overview In partnership with the City of Mobile, FPCA provides rental units for two families in a renovated duplex.  

Families in our affordable housing program receive the same client-focused case management services that our IHN families receive for up to 18 months.

The symbiotic relationship between the city and Family Promise promotes the health of an older downtown neighborhood while meeting one of a family's most basic needs, housing at a cost they can manage.

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Comments (2)

  1. avatar
    Sbc.hoffman says

    I'm homeless, steadily applying for jobs and need somewhere to lay my head & know I'm safe. Please

  2. avatar
    Babbles .bt says

    As of now my son and I are staying at the days inn I'm paying for it out of pocket I dnt know how much longer I have till I run out of money and living in the street. We have been staying here since January 30, 2020 I'm paying for another 3 days but after that idk where I will go. I have no transportation to get anywhere . My son goes to Davidson high school but being in the situation that we are in he hasn't bn able to go. The school is aware of our situation.

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