End Homeless for Everyone
Every person deserves the comfort and protection of a safe and affordable home. Many individuals who are chronically homeless are suffering from a serious mental illness which impacts their ability to find and maintain safe housing. Chronic homelessness is traumatic and often increases the symptoms of mental illness. Homeless individuals are at higher risk of becoming victims of violence and having chronic health problems.
For many vulnerable people in our community, finding and keeping a home are out of reach without support from community members like you and organizations like Kim Wilson Housing. The reasons for homelessness are complex can vary by each individual. But the solutions is simple - accessible, safe and affordable housing with caring support services that help people stay in their homes long-term.
Donors like you help make this happen. Your generous support helps us find housing, prevents evictions, and gives our community members a fresh start in a safe and affordable home where they can live without fear. Our goal is to end homelessness, one person, one home, one gift at a time.
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Creating Sustainable Housing Solutions
Kim Wilson Housing is part of a metro-wide community passionate about ending and preventing homelessness. We provide help for the most vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals in our community. We do what works to end homelessness - and it's working - 95% of the people we serve remained in or secured permanent housing. And in just 10 years, Kim Wilson Housing has:
- Served over 8,100 individuals who were homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
- Performed almost 1,900 quality housing inspections
- Managed 54 permanent supported housing units
- Signed 663 rental leases
- Launched 17 rapid rehousing units
Give with Confidence
Kim Wilson Housing is committed to fiscal responsibility to the people we serve, donors, staff, Board and the community we serve. Please contact our development office at 913-233-3307 or Allison.McLain@WyandotBHN.org if you have any questions. Thank you for joining us in our mission to prevent and end homelessness.