Our Services

The Jesse Tree provides homeless prevention services through three key areas, financial assistance to cover arrears, case management with a licensed social worker, and referrals linking households to key resources in the community.

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Rent and Financial Assistance.jpgPrevention and Assistance: Financial assistance is offered to households to prevent eviction and get them back on their feet.  The Jesse Tree will verify the landlord is working to stave off eviction and will provide up to a maximum of three months of rental assistance.  

 

 

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Case Management.jpgCase Management: Once a household is accepted into the ERMA program, you will be paired with Jesse Tree’s social worker to work towards long-term financial stability and success.  An individual case plan will be created that improves the health and financial situation of your household.  It is an opportunity for a new start and the Jesse Tree commits to supporting you every step of the way!

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Financial Support and Independence.pngFinancial Support and Independence: Jesse Tree offers financial literacy, budget counseling and resource development skills to ensure your income is stable enough to maintain housing once you exit the ERMA program.  Working with other great local providers, we will improve your earned income potential and stabilize your financial situation.

 

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Bank Partnerships: The Jesse Tree partners with Debt Reduction Services, Mountain West Bank and KeyBank to provide bank account and support set-up.

 

 

 

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Referrals: The Jesse Tree, at every step of the process, links households in the  program to other community resources.  In this way, the household can receive  assistance they might not otherwise have been able to access.

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