• Housing Ends Homelessness

    Community Rebuilders housed 819 homeless children in 2016, and 45% of those children were under the age of 5.

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357

Families with Children

786

Households

819

Children

307

Veterans

1,777

Kent County Residents

Were Housed by Community Rebuilders is 2016

Our Mission

Rebuilding hope through housing opportunities for families and individuals with support services during transitions.

Housing First

Housing First is an approach to ending homelessness that centers on providing people experiencing homelessness with housing as quickly as possible – and then providing services as needed. This approach has the benefit of being consistent with what most people experiencing homelessness want and seek help to achieve.

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The Community Rebuilders HOME program stably houses over 130 homeless and imminently homeless households in Kent County each year.
America is stronger and prosperous when we have decent, affordable homes & stable communities. #CutsHurt

"I was homeless, and without the support of the Community Rebuilders HOME program, I have no idea where my life would be. Fourteen days after receiving my HOME Voucher, I secured permeant housing! I like the sense of having somewhere to call home. My home is a foundation to wake up for school, work, and church. Like the old saying goes, “there no place like home”.
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A HUGE thank you to our incredible partners at the Heart of West Michigan United Way! Together, our community is ensuring that every Veteran has access to safe and affordable housing! #2017fillthecart #endingveteranhomelessness #housingendshomelessness ... See MoreSee Less

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