Frequently Asked Questions
What is Permanent Supportive Housing?
Permanent Supportive Housing means an individual is living in a permanent, rather than temporary, residence and that services, such as clinical and psychological services, are supplied on site. This leads to better understanding of the whole individual by service suppliers. Permanent Supportive Housing also means that the residence is not just a home, but an interwoven community of support activities and services supplied for the residents who live there to help them return to wellness and a life of dignity.
Who is considered a Chronically Homeless individual?
What does “Housing First” mean?
What are the benefits of Housing First?
How does Housing First work differently than other approaches?
Who pays for their housing?
The houses, land and community center of the Hand in Hand Tiny Homes Village, have all been paid for by private donations such as yours. Our on-going expenses are covered by a small payment from our residents depending on income and hopefully a payment from the Housing Authority that's meant to supplement the residents' affordable "rent" payment.
The ongoing expense include the salary of the Executive Director and benefit specialist to assist our residents, the ongoing services, grounds and building maintenance, gardening care and miscellaneous upkeep of the buildings. Our hope is that the Housing Authority will partner with us in this enterprise by providing project based vouchers.
Who can be helped by Hand in Hand of Glynn, Inc.?
How do you choose your residents?
Is my donation tax deductible?
Yes, your donation is tax deductible. Hand in Hand of Glynn is a registered US 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit (EIN/Tax ID: 83-1620221)
How can I donate by check?
Can I donate by wire transfer?
Yes. Please call us at (912) 217-9507. We will give you the details you need to send the transfer.