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Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless


Representative: Eric Guzman
176 Sheridan Avenue Albany , NY 12210
(518) 434-8021 Ext:111

Business description:

Serving the homeless community since 1984, Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless (IPH) is a leader in providing non-denominational programs and services that address the needs of homeless and at-risk individuals and families. IPH operates year round and seasonal emergency shelters, permanent housing, and community based programs that include a daytime drop-in center and health and wellness services. IPH provides individualized services to meet each person's unique set of circumstances. Each year IPH serves approximately 1,500 individuals and families in Albany, Fulton and Montgomery counties.


Member since: 2017

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