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Families Together


Families Together

The Jim Allen Group  is so excited to help outfit an apartment for families transitioning out of homelessness with the help of The Green Chair Project and Families Together – a PLM organization. Families Together is designed to reduce the number of nights a child is homeless by first helping the family get into a safe, affordable home and then wrapping them with the intensive coaching and supportive services they need to become self-sufficient and break the cycle of homelessness.


We work in collaboration with other service providers, businesses, faith groups, our neighbors, and our government to develop and implement solutions that have long-term, maximum collective impact. Our vision is of no homeless families in our community. We accomplish this by moving families in Wake and surrounding counties from homelessness to stable homes through mentoring, housing support and connecting to community resources.

We believe every family deserves a home, and children should never have to wonder where they’re going to sleep at night. That’s why we connect families to a stable home as quickly as possible so they can begin the process of bettering their lives. Children experiencing homelessness are more likely to drop out of school, be exposed to violence, and face a host of mental health and other issues. So keeping families together during this traumatic time is critical for their success as well as the community’s.

We value services that are:  Empowering, Inclusive, Responsive, Compassionate, Family-driven, Advocating, Respectful, Innovative and show Integrity.


Our Model

A stable home. A healthy child. A resilient family. A safe community. Our Housing First model with a children first focus makes our community better for all.

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Success Stories

Read about the children and families whose lives were changed for the better because of caring people like you.

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Hope Begins With A Home

Student homelessness has increased a staggering 56% since 2009-10. When we face this problem together as a community, we can solve it.

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