1736 Family Crisis Center assists individuals and families experiencing domestic violence or intimate partner violence and other victimizations to gain and retain safe, permanent housing and provide all necessary supportive services. The program provides trauma-inform advocacy and flexible financial assistance that addresses the unique and evolving needs of survivors and families and enables them to rebuild their lives as they choose. All applicants are screened for eligibility criteria and willingness to participate in program functions and desire to obtain permanent housing. Rapid re-housing connects individuals and families experiencing homelessness due to domestic violence, human trafficking or other victimizations into permanent housing, through a tailored package of assistance that may include the use of time-limited financial assistance and targeted supportive services. Rapid re-housing programs help individuals and families living on the streets or in emergency shelter solve the practical and immediate challenges to obtaining permanent housing while reducing the amount of time they experience homelessness, avoiding a near-term return to homelessness, and linking to community resources that enable them to achieve housing stability in the long-term. A fundamental goal of rapid re-housing is to reduce the amount of time a person is homeless by rapidly provide stable and safe housing. All applicants are screened for eligibility criteria and willingness to participate in program functions and desire to obtain permanent housing.