HOM, Inc., on behalf of Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation, will conduct an online open enrollment lottery to accept pre-applications for the Mainstream Housing Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities Program.
About Michael Shore
Michael Shore is President and CEO of HOM, Inc., a leading provider of permanent housing solutions that end homelessness for individuals and families throughout Maricopa County. Michael is a bench player for OrgCode Consulting and served as Director of Operations for the 100,000 Homes Campaign team from 2012-2014. He is also Vice Chair of the board of directors for the Crisis Response Network. Tweet at him at @shikemore.
Entries by Michael Shore
Our little team at HOM isn’t so little anymore. We’ve been fortunate to work with our community partners to expand permanent housing solutions to homelessness in Maricopa County in the past couple of years and have expanded our team as a result.
We are proud to partner with A New Leaf Cottages to bring 18 new units of permanent supportive housing to Mesa in Desert Leaf Apartments. This project was made possible through a unique regional collaboration between the cities of Phoenix and Mesa. Permanent supportive housing is an innovative and proven solution that combines affordable housing with […]
Thanks to your hard work and dedication, I have a place I can call home for the first time in almost three months. It’s hard to describe how mentally and physically difficult it is to be homeless, the level of despair it creates, and the feeling of hopelessness I experienced on a daily basis is hard to describe.
This post was originally written for the National Alliance to End Homelessness blog. As communities redouble their efforts to achieve the goals of Opening Doors, one thing is abundantly clear: we need all hands on deck to truly end homelessness in this country. This includes our partners at public housing agencies (PHAs) both as […]
On the morning of Super Bowl Sunday while most Americans are gearing up to enjoy the big game, 25 homeless Veterans in Phoenix are attending a housing briefing to receive a voucher for rental assistance for an apartment of their choice in the community. These 25 men and women were among the 1,266 Veterans that […]
Words matter. The way that we construct language has an effect on how we see and understand the world.
May you have peace of mind, prosperity through the year, happiness that multiplies, health for you and yours, fun around every corner, energy to chase your dreams and joy to fill your holidays! From the HOM, Inc. team.
When Project H3: Home, Health, Hope launched in April 2010, several members of our HOM, Inc. team volunteered to conduct surveys of persons experiencing street homelessness between 4 and 6 AM for three straight days. Following the survey days, at the community briefing where the results of the survey efforts were announced, the HOM, Inc. […]
HOM, Inc. is currently working on a new initiative seeking to reduce chronic homelessness. The project is a collaboration with Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation, the Valley of the Sun United Way and the Lodestar Day Resource Center (LDRC). In this project, individuals with a serious mental illness meeting the definition of chronic homelessness and who […]