We believe that affordable housing and supportive programs improve the economic status of residents, transform neighborhoods and stabilize lives. We hope to create stable, vibrant and healthy communities by developing, financing and operating affordable, program-enriched housing for families, seniors and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access quality, safe housing opportunities.
Revive Outreach is a non-profit organization which assists its members in developing and operating quality housing and providing life enriching services to vulnerable individuals and families.
Revive Outreach is committed to helping our brave service men and women overcome homelessness and transition toward greater independence.
Providing supportive housing, case management, and job training to assist homeless individuals and families transition to permanent housing.
We know that when people have their own place to live, the opportunity to focus on pursuing personal goals soon follows. Revive Outreach, Inc. housing services provides residents access to additional support services to help meet their goals. In addition to transitional and permanent housing in single site residences, apartment buildings and scattered site apartments, we'll also offer adults referrals to recovery programs for mental illness, substance use challenges, and adults living with HIV/AIDS.
Revive Outreach, Inc. owns and operates 3 units of permanent low-income housing, and we have more in the pipeline. Our low-income housing is available to individuals with annual incomes of no more than $30,000 and families of four with incomes not exceeding $50,000.
Become A Mentor
Revive Outreach is blessed to have active volunteers that work hard to help us achieve our mission. Volunteering has shown to increase happiness and improve quality of life.
All new volunteers must attend our Volunteer Orientation. After the Orientation, the Volunteer Services Manager schedules and conducts placement interviews. In addition, volunteers must fill out our volunteer application, background check form, and a media release form.
If you are interested in volunteering, contact D. Reed
A neighborhood cleanup initiative creates a sense of community and brings people together. Not only does it serve a practical purpose, such as cleaning and revitalizing an area, but also, people often leave a neighborhood cleanup with a greater sense of unity, friendship, and purpose. It isn’t uncommon for cleanup participants to develop a new respect for one another and sense of pride in their community after a cleanup event.
Clean the streets/highways
Paint historic buildings
Revitalize parks and gardens