When the National Alliance to End Homelessness challenged MUST Ministries and similar groups nationwide to see how many households they could get into stable housing in 100 days, MUST set a goal of helping 10 families.
Thanks to the dedication of Latoya Inzar, our Rapid-Rehousing Case Manager, MUST ended up exceeding that goal by 30 percent!
The 100 Day #HousingChallenge marked the culmination of the Rapid-Rehousing Learning Collaborative, a group of 16 agencies committed to shifting their organizational culture, operations, and practices to improve their Rapid-Rehousing programs and push toward ending the housing crisis in their communities.
In Cobb County, about 2,000 children are homeless, according to grist.org, and about one in 10 residents of Cobb and Cherokee counties lives at or below the poverty level.
You can read more about Latoya's success by clicking here. We're proud of our hard-working team members, who are putting it all out there to help our neighbors experiencing homelessness.