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Emergency Crisis Fund

We're dedicated to providing rental and utility assistance to those in need. We believe that everyone deserves a safe and stable home, and we are committed to helping individuals and families overcome financial hardships. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you.

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Compared to the general population, transgender people are more likely to experience homelessness and have fewer resources to turn to when they do. Given that they are more likely than the general population to experience workplace discrimination as well, trans people also typically have less of a financial safety net to fall back on in the event of an eviction. Historically, the federal government has ignored the rampant discrimination that trans people, especially Black and Latinx trans people, experience when seeking housing and other support.


Higher rates of food insecurity, inadequate or uncertain access to adequate food due to insufficient money or other resources have been observed among Transgender people as compared to cis-gendered people. Food insufficiency was nearly three times as common among transgender as cisgender people; 25.3% of transgender adults reported sometimes or often not having enough to eat in the past week, compared to 8.3% of cisgender adults

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