Who We Are
IPH is a leader in providing services to homeless and at-risk individuals and families, many of whom have had complex mental health, substance abuse, and health issues.
Without judgment IPH staff work to provide individualized services to meet
each person’s unique set of circumstances.
IPH provides year-round and seasonal emergency shelters, a housing program, and
community-based programs including Community Connections day-time drop-in center
and Healthy Connections health and wellness services.
Board of Directors
Carrie Hoffman, President
Albert Turo, Vice President
John Puig, Treasurer
Sarah Hodges, Secretary
Eric Hardiman, Ph.D
In recognition of the dignity and value of every human life, the mission of IPH, is to address the needs of the homeless and low-income community by providing a continuum of services to encourage self-sufficiency, empowerment and stability.
IPH (formerly known as Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless) was founded in 1984 as Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless by the Capital Area Council of Churches and is a designated 501c(3) non-profit organization.
Beginning as a provider of emergency shelter for single adults, IPH has expanded its non-denominational programming to include a continuum of services that assist over 2500 homeless and at-risk individuals and families each year. IPH promotes life skills development and self-sufficiency.