Client Services

True Grace Covenant offers programs designed to support potential homeless and homeless adults and families. Our clients include low-income, disadvantaged, disenfranchised, and homeless.

All our programs are designed to provide basic needs such as: prevent homelessness, help homeless seeking a better life, and become self-efficient in providing basic needs such as food, clothing, and shelter.

 

Disaster Recovery Program (Family Funding)

We work with family facing national or man-made event such as mold remediation, flooding and general disrepair. Our focus is on providing food, shelter clothing, payment assistance for cleaning services and counseling to victims and families. To apply or become a volunteer for this program, click here. donate to this program, click here.

 

Homeless Prevention Program (Nocturnal Thesis Project)

True Grace Covenant work with families facing eviction, foreclosure, medical emergencies, and other transition that drains them of their funds. Our focus is on prevention as we help clients stay in their home or transition to acceptable housing during their time of need. To apply or become a volunteer for this program, click here. To donate, click here.

 

School Intervention Program

We partner with public school teachers who are providing elementary school children with food, bathing, or clothing. Our focus is on providing teachers with the tools and support to help the students learn and succeed. To apply or become a volunteer for this program, click here. To donate, click here.

 

Family Living Program

We work with families with children under the age of 10 years old who are living on the street, in cars, buses, etc. Our focus is finding children and their families them find emergency or transitional housing as well as referrals to local resources to help them get off the streets longer-term. To sponsor a family or apply for this program, click here. To donate, click here.

 

Professional Development Program (Foundation) (In the Works)

We work with homeless vets, parents, ex-convicts, and teens to develop economic literacy. Our focus is to provide job or business development skills and resources to homeless families and generational poor. To apply for this program, click here. To donate, click here.

 

Affordable Housing Program (In the Works)

We work with city and counties with list of “unlivable property” to redevelop housing for the homeless. We develop crews to turn the property into affordable housing. To become a crew member or apply for housing, click here. To donate, click here.