UMOM’s mission is to prevent and end homelessness with innovative strategies and housing solutions that meet the unique needs of each family and individual. Our programs and supportive services are all designed to help meet the basic needs of families and individuals as well as work towards the ultimate goal of permanent, affordable housing.
UMOM serves the community through the following programs:
Main Campus Shelters- Providing families with shelter and support through the Emergency Shelter Program, Extended Shelter Program, and Veterans Transitional Living Programs.
Affordable Housing- Case managers work with all UMOM families to obtain permanent, affordable housing upon exit from our shelters. UMOM provides more than 300 units of affordable housing across the Valley as well as Rapid Re-Housing.
Veterans Programs- Transitional Housing for homeless veterans and their families as well as the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program to help at-risk families avoid homelessness.
Domestic Violence Shelter – Providing emergency shelter and support for women seeking alternatives to dangerous relationships and living situations.
Watkins Basic Needs Shelter – Providing emergency shelter for single women and families.
Services Offered: Wellness Center, Child Development Center (for ages infant-10), Teen Activities Program (ages 11-17), employment & education services, workforce training programs, and of course the basics; clothes, food and safe shelter.
244 residents from UMOM’s Workforce Development, Employment and Education programs became employed.
155,357 meals were provided to homeless individuals Assisted 2,025 families experiencing homelessness through the Family Housing Hub
Provided health and wellness care to 788 residents through the UMOM Wellness Center