What We Do
Vincent Village provides a unique array of services that meet the needs of families who are experiencing the crisis of homelessness and continues to meet their needs through providing both permanent housing and supportive services. We have four main programming services:
Vincent House Transitional Shelter
The Vincent House works with families to employ, educate and equip them for success. We do this by providing intensive case management, physical health assessments with Parkview community nursing on-site, a structured safe environment and mandated supportive services. In 2019, 24 families and 71 individuals were served.
HOME Academy & Care Car Services
The HOME Academy offers clients in the House additional opportunities and classes to grow in three core areas: parenting and family engagement support, wellness, and employment readiness.
We understand that transportation is a barrier to wellness and employment. That is why we have partnered with funders to provide the Care Car services for safe employment and healthcare rides for our families.
Vincent Village Community Rental Homes (Phase II)
Last year we served 33 families and 113 individuals in the Village Rental Home Program through intensive case management and wrap around services. Families receive a rental subsidy from the agency for their commitment to stay drug free and follow a family service plan which includes goal setting and monthly budgeting.
Youth & Family Services
Youth and Family Services includes on-site after school programming, parenting engagement sessions, and daycare scholarships. During COVID-19, our services have had to remain social distanced and conducted in small groups. Even so, we served over 50 children in our K-5th grade art programming and after school programming that includes one on one and small group tutoring with FWCS teachers.