Prevention & Diversion

The Prevention & Diversion program allows us to provide an earlier intervention to persons at risk of homelessness by working to keep people in their current housing.

Considered a “light touch” approach, Prevention & Diversion differs from some of our other programs serving more high-risk clients that require intensive case management. Diversion might look like working with a landlord to create a payment plan, finding friends or family that someone can stay with, connecting them to emergency financial resources, and more. By helping people avoid the shelter system, we hope to make it easier for them to find their way back to full housing stability.