Partners in Housing
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Jennifer Coffey, Director of Support Services and Advancement at Partners In Housing, shares her thoughts on Bloomerang in the video below.
“One of the things that I enjoy so much about Bloomerang is the personal touch that they give all of their client interactions. I wouldn’t even say “a client,” because I feel like we’re friends. I’m friends with everyone at Bloomerang, because they are so open and available and personable.”
Director of Support Services and Advancement
About Partners In Housing:
Partners In Housing identifies a property that has been abandoned and neglected, then puts together a plan to purchase the property, completely refurbish it, and re-open it as housing units for those most in need of stable housing, such as those that (a) have experienced homelessness (chronic or situational); (b) are actively at risk of homelessness due to a history of multiple challenges, such as extremely low income, minimal or no support network, chronic illness, disabilities, and other special needs; or (c) are vulnerable due solely to extremely low incomes even though they may have a support network and have no other significant risk factors. The agency then finds partnerships with other local agencies to create an array of social services that will support and strengthen those residents. Partners In Housing currently has 11 properties with 583 housing units, serving over 700 people every day.