Women’s I-Help

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I-HELP, Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program, is a program administered by Outreach Unlimited, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves homeless men and women through collaborations with churches, faith-based organizations, and other organizations on the Monterey Peninsula.

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The I-HELP for Women’s Ministry at Carmel Mission is one of the over 30 Monterey Peninsula churches, faith communities, or service organizations that provide overnight accommodation, a nutritious hot meal, and a ‘caring community’ to homeless women one evening a month.

Every 2nd Monday of the month, volunteers at Carmel Mission provide a hot dinner in Crespi Hall for homeless women enrolled in the I-HELP Program.  Volunteers also donate a continental breakfast the next morning and students from our Faith Formation classes provide a brown bag lunch for each women to take with them.

Contact:  Flo Miller, Coordinator for the I-HELP, Women’s program, Carmel Mission