An Exciting Update

parrotIn August 2021, the True Housing and Parrott Creek boards voted to effectively merge the two organizations under the Parrott Creek umbrella. All True Housing staff transferred to Parrott Creek’s employment and, while True Housing still has live contracts for a number of its key services, these are effectively being delivered by Parrott Creek. While the last two years of the pandemic have created huge amounts of stress and uncertainty for nonprofits and community based organizations, we are proud that even during these times, we steered True Housing into a successful merger with Parrott Creek, not only preserving but expanding our service footprint, maintaining the employment of our dedicated staff and even laying the foundation for new youth shelter services in response to the growing homeless crisis.

What we do

True Housing, formerly known as The Inn Home for Boys, helps those in our care meet their goals through well managed homes, case management, access to resources and a lot of loving support.  We have six programs utilizing five different homes serving homeless families, foster youth and mothers reuniting with their children in foster care.

Our Mission

True Housing provides individuals and families in our community with the opportunity to make positive and lasting changes in their lives.

Most needed Items

  • A large capacity vehicle to transport kids
  • Gym equipment
  • Funds or certificates for activities for teenagers

Learn About Our Programs

Our Programs

We have two programs for youth in foster care, three programs for mothers in recovery that are reunifying with their children, and a rental subsidy program for homeless families.

  • Foster youth
  • Recovery programs
  • Homeless families


"This is a place where help and encouragement are always given."

“Being here has really helped me become more independent and have structure for myself and my son. My life has become happier and healthier for my child.”

“It was such a relief to know there was a safe place for me and my child to stay.”