Ecumenical Partnership for Housing - Green Bay, Wisconsin Ecumenical Partnership for Housing - Green Bay, Wisconsin Ecumenical Partnership for Housing - Green Bay, Wisconsin Ecumenical Partnership for Housing - Green Bay, Wisconsin Ecumenical Partnership for Housing - Green Bay, Wisconsin
About Ecumenical Partnership for Housing (EPH)

EPH is dedicated to finding a permanent solution for homeless families in Green Bay.

We're not just managing the problem; we're solving it.

Through a community based collaboration between sixteen area churches and The Salvation Army, homeless families receive shelter, case management, mentorship, education support and budget counseling.

EPH is a comprehensive, all-encompassing program to help homeless families transition from a life of turmoil, turbulence and dependency to a life of hope, stability and self-sufficiency.

  • EPH is a partnership of local churches, working together with The Salvation Army, to provide transitional housing to families in need in the greater Green Bay area.
  • EPH has been providing transitional housing since 1992.
  • EPH owns and manages twenty family-size units.
  • EPH relies on volunteer help to run its organization, and to maintain the units.
  • A social worker from The Salvation Army screens families that apply, and places them in available housing units.
  • A wide variety of educational and mentoring programs are made available to enable our families to succeed.
  • Children are provided with a stable home, while parents pay off debts, acquire education and certifications, and pursue gainful employment.
  •  Each new family is welcomed with a hot meal and pantry staples. A local group, called Warmth From the Heart, has been providing individual comforters for each new family member.