Through the participation of local congregations and community resources, our rotational shelter model provides shelter for up to 5 families (14 person max). Each week the families rotate amongst the providers for nighttime shelter while receiving services and case management at the FPPC Day Center.
Only Families with dependent children will be considered for shelter (No Individuals)
Families as defined by immediate support structure, including non-traditional families.
At least one adult in the household must have legal guardianship rights over the child (ren)
Willingness to follow FPPC Program Guidelines
Follow the Guest Code of Conduct
Willing to seek and obtain employment
Participation in Case Management
Ability to live in a community setting and demonstrate respect for persons of all religions and cultures
The following will prevent entrance into the rotational shelter program
Criminal sexual offenses
Violent criminal history
Crimes against women or children (past or present)
All Adults must submit to criminal background screening and drug scree prior to program entry.