Fifty community leaders gathered at United Ministries to discuss the immediate housing crisis caused by the condemnation of Economy Inn.
An Emergency Response Team is now coordinating ongoing support for Nicholtown Missionary Baptist Church, Urban League of the Upstate, and other community agencies who are lending vital aid to those now displaced. For more information, or to make a contribution designated to this effort, contact Greenville Homeless Alliance at GHACoordinator@United-Ministries.org. Resources will be coordinated by United Ministries and allocated through our community partners.
The Emergency Response Team is also working on permanent housing opportunities for the families recently displaced. If you are a landlord or property owner with available units please email GHACoordinator@United-Ministries.org for more information.
The group also established a Planned Response Team which includes the City of Greenville and Greenville County service providers to deal with similar situations in the future should they occur.
For more information, contact:
Susan Stall, Community Volunteer, email@example.com
Ivory Mathews, The Greenville Housing Authority, IvoryM@tgha.net
Susan McLarty, Greenville Homeless Alliance, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tony McDade, United Ministries, TMcDade@United-Ministries.org
About Greenville Homeless Alliance
Greenville Homeless Alliance’s mission is to establish and coordinate an accessible system of support services and increase options for homeless individuals and families seeking stability and a safe, affordable home.
About United Ministries
Located in downtown Greenville’s West End, United Ministries has been working for 48 years to give everyone the opportunity to participate in the prosperity of our community. Originally established by local congregations to meet the crisis needs of people living in poverty, the agency has evolved to focus on developing the potential each family possesses to become self-sufficient – and even to thrive. The agency’s integrated service model discourages dependency on charity and promotes the dignity of work. For more information on United Ministries please visit United-Ministries.org or call 864-335-2614.