Doors Open

Once school children ran through the building attending classes and neighbors filled the auditorium for community events, now after years of vacancy, IPH (formerly Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless) has revitalized and renewed St. Casimir’s school and convent into a central hub for community services.

Men, women, and families can visit IPH’s new Hoffman Family Center’s Community Connections for a daily hot meal, laundry, showers, life skills classes, clothing and food pantries, and case management and Healthy Connections sponsored by MVP Health Care next door for vital health services.

The doors of the Hoffman Family Center opened to guests for the first time and the response was overwhelming. Men and women lined up for breakfast, the food pantry, clothing pantry and other services.

This year IPH celebrates its 35th anniversary, and now we welcome the community to IPH again. 35 years of opening doors and we will help even more individuals and families with more reach, more services, more lives changed.

There are so many ways that you can help us help others.