School-aged children were homeless in
Individual were in housing crisis in Mobile and Baldwin Counties
Of Dumas Wesley transitional housing residents hail from
The Dumas Wesley Community Center and the Baldwin Family Village Foundation are proud to announce the launch of Baldwin County’s first transitional housing program, the Baldwin Family Village (BFV). BFV is operated by the Dumas Wesley Community Center and modeled after its highly successful transitional housing program,the Sybil Smith Family Village.
Residents must be: homeless, 24 years of age or older, able to work or enroll in school, willing to live in a drug and alcohol free environment and participate in a case management plan. BFV provides 12 months of housing and wrap-around services for up to 100 women and children annually.
The Baldwin Family Village Foundation, a 501(c)3, is the fundraising arm of Baldwin Family Village (BFV), a newly established transitional housing program for homeless women and children in Baldwin County. Via BFV’s 6-12-month program, the first of its kind in Baldwin County, it is estimated that 100 women and children will be served annually.
Board of directors
Darren McClellan, Senior Pastor, Fairhope United Methodist Church
Kate Carver, Executive Director, Dumas Wesley Community Center