Project Place promotes a community of hope and opportunity for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the skills, education and resources needed to obtain and sustain employment and housing.


To end homelessness by providing pathways to attain jobs, housing and hope.

Core Values

The human spirit is resilient. We recognize the courage it takes to walk through our doors and begin the process of transformative change. We believe in the motivation and strength of our clients.

We are a supportive community that seeks to meet each individual at their level and find the best path forward for them.

Every person deserves to be treated with dignity, to be shown respect, and to be supported in their steps to overcome adversity.

Success is achieved through the obtainment of work and the stability of having a home.


To maintain a workforce development program model that is relevant, in that it thoughtfully reflects current expectations of today’s local labor markets.

To deliver high quality programming that is effective, evidence-based, and outcome focused.

To provide long term individual support for two years beyond programming to encourage the sustainability of change and success.

To offer holistic support to clients, cultivating professional skills and personal growth equally, to build well-rounded graduates that will be able to achieve economic independence.