About 1440 Pine
1440 Pine is a 40-unit affordable apartment building utilizing a Housing First model for young adults, ages 18-24, as a foundation to provide stable housing and supportive services. 1440 Pine is designed for transition-age young adults who have a history of homelessness and will benefit from the comprehensive support services being offered. Tenants at 1440 Pine meet weekly with their Transition Specialist, participate in financial literacy training (including budgeting, household management education, and skills for self-sufficiency), abide by all lease agreements, contribute 30% of their monthly income towards rent, and participate in searching for long-term permanent housing options after the program. TGTHR provides housing orientation, case planning, financial assistance as needed, life-skills development, mental health support, employment and education support, and other services as needed.
1440 PINE VOLUNTEER DUTIES
- Volunteer opportunities vary, and include: mentoring, tutoring, leading small group activities like yoga, meditation, music, writing, art, etc.
- Build rapport and healthy boundaries with tenants.
- Demonstrate positive role model skills.
- Assist with tasks such as resume building & job searching.
- Participate in activities with tenants (board games, art, basketball, guitar, rec center, hikes, etc.).
1440 PINE VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS
- Must be 21 years old.
- Must pass an interview, background check, and fingerprinting process. ($40)
- Attend a 1 hour orientation and a 1 hour training on boundaries, trauma informed care and more.
- Must commit to a weekly 2 hour shift.