2021-22 Report to Community
This report details the highlights of our four main program pillars—Shelter, Housing, Health Services, and our Free Goods Program—along with the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine to those in need from 2021-2022. It also examines the challenges ahead and how we aim to meet them head-on. We are proud to share a look back at what we accomplished with the help of the community.
2020-21 Report to Community
Through the pandemic, our mantra was Stay Well, Stay Strong, Stay Kind. Using this theme as our anchor, we proudly shared what we were up to in our 2020-2021 fiscal year.
2019-20 Report to Community
A few years into our housing transformation, the DI continued our commitment to ending chronic homelessness. We know we did not and could not do this work alone. That’s why the year’s theme was community, which is also one of our agency’s core values. It takes a community to build community, and we’re so glad to be a part of yours.
2018-19 Report to Community
The DI is a housing-focused emergency shelter with ambitious goals to end chronic homelessness. During the time period of June 2018 to August 2019, this report outlines our outcomes and highlights from the 18-month period following our Executive Director Sandra Clarkson’s first year and a half leading our housing transformation.
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