Family House is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing homeless families in crisis with professional, comprehensive housing and social services in a safe, caring environment.

The goal at Family House is to help families in their time of crisis find permanent housing, help them regain control over their lives, and reclaim their independence through education, community resources and compassion.

We keep families together when it matters most. Family House offers a hand up, not a hand out.

Statistics

  • Individuals served: 677
  • Children served: 371
  • Families served: 248
  • Number of children served in daycare/Head Start: 93
  • Average length of stay: 39 days
  • 75% of families served by Family House had favorable housing outcomes

The primary population served by Family House is low/no income, high-risk families, which are primarily single mothers with an average of three to five children and live within the City of Toledo limits.  Approximately 60% of the clients served are under the age of 18 years old.  The “family” population we serve includes: married or unmarried couples with children, married or formally cohabitating same-sex couples, single parents and pregnant women regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religious preference, socio-economic status, educational, literacy levels, employment or income status.  Family House accommodates individuals with disabilities and is ADA compliant.

Vision

All families in our community have a safe, affordable and permanent home.

Core Values

To treat each and every family member with the upmost dignity and respect.

To meet families where they are in their lives, without judgment, to assist them in their journey toward independence.