Homeward Bound Seeks Resident Safety Advisors

Homeward Bound is hiring Resident Safety Advisors for our Permanent Supportive Housing Program. Safety Advisors serve as a point of contact for housing case managers during off-business hours and act as the face of Homeward Bound at our Woodfin Apartments. Applicants should be empathetic and able to interact comfortably with persons from all walks of life. …continued

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Homeward Bound Seeks Resource Development Officer

Homeward Bound is seeking a Development Officer for Annual Giving & Communications. Strong commitment to ending homelessness and at least three years of demonstrated success in fundraising. Please see our Employment Opportunities section of our website for a full job description and how to apply.

Homeward Bound moves 65 vulnerable people into Permanent Supportive Housing with funding assistance from Mission Health

Homeward Bound moved 65 of our community’s most vulnerable individuals out of homelessness and into our long-term Permanent Supportive Housing program from October of 2015 through August 2016.  This was made possibly with the funding assistance of $80,000 from the Mission Health Community Investment Program. Homeward Bound is grateful for this partnership with Mission Health. …continued

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Divine Living and Homeward Bound partner for furniture drive

We’re excited to partner with Divine Living Premium Home Furnishings  for our first every furniture drive! All furniture collected goes directly into the homes of our newly housed clients. 

Yoga in the Park Commences – Benefits Homeward Bound

We’re grateful to the wonderful Asheville yoga community for putting on Yoga in the Park. This is a free event with suggested donations benefiting the nonprofits Homeward Bound and Our Voice. AYC_Yoga_inthe_Park

Our opinion on ending chronic homelessness

Homelessness is a community problem, and it has a solution. There has been some recent attention to ending homelessness in our local paper. Here is our response .