We help the homeless of Spartanburg County.
We provide essential life skills education with the intent to break the cycle of homelessness and we provide opportunities for volunteers of all faiths to reduce homelessness and transform lives. SPIHN offers various programs such as Life Skills, Clinical Counseling, Spiritual Counseling, Neighbors Helping Neighbors Housing and Preventative Programs, and Power of Positive Parenting.
Our mission at SPIHN is to help homeless children and their families become self-sufficient.
Our vision is to make homelessness a temporary phase in the lives of families who are touched by this organization.
SPIHN is an affiliate of Family Promise (formerly Interfaith Hospitality Network) which has over 200 networks spread across the United States.
Why We Exist:
Families are the fastest growing segment of homelessness. Families with young children now account for more than 40% of Spartanburg County’s homeless. Our goals are
A) to help families break the cycle of homelessness and
B) to provide opportunities for volunteers to help alleviate stress caused by homelessness.