What we do

Who We Are…


We are there when a family’s homelessness is imminent, and we work to avoid the trauma of a family losing their housing. TRP does this through:

  • Case management and community support
  • Rental assistance, security deposits
  • Utility support
  • Landlord mediation
  • Housing location
  • Transportation – gas cards, bus passes, and car donations

Keeping families out of shelter is good public policy and good fiscal policy. When families have lost housing and reach out to TRP, we provide alternatives to shelter, including:

  • Payments for rent in arrears, security deposits
  • Landlord mediation and housing location
  • Creative solutions leveraging a family’s strengths

TRP is an organization connecting one person at a time to social capital relationships.

What we do…


Programming after shelter helps families remain housed. These structured programs provide continued support and reduce the risk of a family’s re-entry into homelessness. Examples include:

  • Financial capability
  • Educational initiatives
  • Career pathways
  • Health and wellness

In addition to the many initiatives and programs available when families reach out to us in crisis, we organize around community partners to offer:

  • Food pantries
  • Furniture donation
  • Drop-in community centers
  • Clothing closets
  • Holiday gift drives

Every day, TRP team members connect people who are struggling with mental, spiritual, and financial support.

social capital

[ so·​cial cap·​i·​tal | sō-shəl  ka-pə-tᵊl ] , (noun, adjective)

Social capital relationships are resources that involves the potential of individuals to secure benefits and invent solutions to problems through membership in social networks.