My Father’s House

My Father’s House is a faith-based transitional housing program that provides an interim solution for families who find themselves facing homelessness in Cabarrus and southern Rowan counties. Families can reside in our program for up to six months.
Immediately upon being accepted into our program, families are provided with safety and stability. While here, each family has their own private bedroom and access to a family room, restroom, laundry, and shower facilities. Meals are provided on-site up to four nights per week and each family has access to a shared pantry with items they can prepare and cook on their own.

Adults are given the opportunity to develop their resources and skills while here. Staff and volunteers provide our residents with an array of services, including case management and life-skills training. Case Managers work side-by-side with each family to support them while they identify their own goals and help them gather the tools they need while here to reach those goals.
Our supportive services include resume writing and employment assistance opportunities, courses on parenting skills, financial literacy, counselling and emotional stability, physical health and wellness and the support needed to make decisions that will benefit each person now and in the future. We do not charge a fee for any of our services.
My Father’s House does not maintain a waiting list for the program. In the event of program availability, past applicants may be contacted to determine continued interest in and eligibility for the program.

NOTE: If you or someone else in your family has already applied for housing, please do not submit another application.  Duplicate applications slow down the review process and may result in applications being missed.  Please also note that our housing program is located in Concord, North Carolina.

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  • My Father’s House is a program for families – no single adults will be accepted.
  • Must be able to secure employment within 30 days and have potential for increased household income
  • Must provide information for a quick screen and family assessment and submit to background check
  • Must pass a drug screening
  • Must agree to abide by house rules set forth in the Resident Handbook
  • Must be physically and psychologically capable of living self-sufficiently
  • Must be willing to interact with staff and other families with mutual respect and support
  • Must commit to make positive changes and become self-sufficient