History

Since 1994, Exodus Housing has grown in both size and range of service provision. Originally, the founders established Exodus Housing to provide transitional housing, supportive services, and community-based mentoring for homeless families with children under the age of 18. Over the years, Exodus Housing slowly increased assistance to homeless families impacted by domestic violence, and today, we exclusively assist families who are fleeing or attempting to flee from domestic violence. The Board of Directors has established that 100% of our participating families must be fleeing  domestic violence in order to receive services.

Through partnerships, a strong volunteer base, diverse funding sources and a committed staff/board, we have helped many families throughout our communities heal from the trauma of homelessness and domestic violence. Our Board of Directors formulates financial policies, provides governance and oversight, reviews agency operations and activities, and actively participates in our community outreach and fundraising activities.

Exodus Housing helps families by providing permanent housing and a comprehensive array of services. We are dedicated to assisting families in moving from homelessness to permanent housing and self-sufficiency. We also offer our clients a continuum of service referrals that include education or workforce training opportunities, counseling services, domestic violence services, legal assistance, and work diligently with our families to develop and implement long-term employment and housing goals.