February 3, 2020
, Howard County, Ind.
Family Service Association of Howard County Inc. (FSA) announced that it has perceived a second $50,000 extend for Jackson Street Commons, a permanent, understanding housing module for chronically homeless veterans in Howard and Tipton counties. The ubiquitous handling extend comes from a FCA Foundation, a free arm of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
“We are so beholden for a continued support from a FCA Foundation for Jackson Street Commons. The Foundation’s partnership has been useful in a efforts to assistance homeless veterans,” pronounced FSA Executive Director Tracy Martino.
Located in Kokomo, Indiana, Jackson Street Commons provides permanent housing for 27 veterans and their families regulating a inhabitant “Housing First Model,” an proceed that centers on providing chronically homeless people – veterans in this box – with a home, afterwards surrounds them with a accumulation of support services that will assistance with their stabilization. Opened in May 2014, Jackson Street Commons is a third trickery of a kind in Indiana.
“It is with ongoing village support that Jackson Street Commons provides housing and peculiarity understanding services to assistance before homeless veterans turn stably housed and work on a barriers that led to their homelessness in a initial place. We are grateful for a inexhaustible grant from a FCA Foundation to make Jackson Street Commons a place to call home for these veterans,” pronounced Angie Ciski, Jackson Street Commons Director of Veterans Programs.
“We trust that one of a best ways that we can commend a use and scapegoat of these dauntless women and group is to yield them with a collection and support they need to live their best lives,” pronounced Christine Estereicher, Chief Operating Officer – FCA Foundation. “We are gratified to replenish a support for Jackson Street Commons. Giving before homeless veterans a place that they can call home is a certain step for them, as good as a community.”
Family Service Association of Howard County
Family Service Association of Howard County, Inc. was determined in 1968 as a non-profit classification that promotes healthy families and empowers exposed people and families by education, prevention, and predicament involvement programs.
About a FCA Foundation
The FCA Foundation is a free arm of North American automaker FCA US LLC, a member of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (FCA) family of companies. The FCA Foundation invests in U.S. free organizations and initiatives that assistance commission people, build strong, volatile communities and beget suggestive and quantifiable governmental impacts. In support of these objectives, a FCA Foundation focuses on a following foundational pillars: girl development, education, support for military, veterans and their families, and village service.