100% of the children of these tenants are now residing in a more stable environment.

LEARN HOW YOU CAN HELP

Assist the Elderly
Assist the Elderly
There are more than 300,000 seniors who are homeless.*
Honor our Veterans
Honor our Veterans
Homeless veterans make up almost 14% of the homeless population.*
Provide Shelter to Families
Provide Shelter to Families
Homeless families comprise roughly 34% of the total U.S. homeless population.*
Combat Mental Illness
Combat Mental Illness
- Stop the Stigma -
1 in 4 Adults have a mental health condition.
That's over 40 million Americans; more than the populations of New York and Florida combine.*
Give Hope to Foster Youth
Give Hope to Foster Youth
“Youth Solutions®” provides affordable and permanent housing for young adults, ages 18-23, who battle mental illness and who have aged out of the foster care system.
Fight Homelessness
Fight Homelessness
Although chronic homelessness represents a small percentage (16%) of the overall homeless population and the number of people experiencing chronic homelessness is decreasing across the United States, this population consumes more than half of services. *
Ways to Help: Donate/Volunteer
Ways to Help: Donate/Volunteer
There is a serious mental health workforce shortage. In states with the lowest workforce, there is up 6 times the individuals to only 1 mental health professional. This includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors, and psychiatric nurses combined.*
Lease-To-Buy: Homeownership Solutions
Lease-To-Buy: Homeownership Solutions
There are currently 553,742 homeless people in the U.S.*
Inaugural A Walk in the Park - Oct. 6, 2018
Inaugural A Walk in the Park - Oct. 6, 2018
Come join us for the Inaugural Broward Housing Solutions® A Walk in the Park – “Your Contribution for a Solution: Mental Illness & Homeless”. Whether you skip or walk – your support will help us fund our affordable housing programs.

Shop to Benefit!

Dear friends, supporters and neighbors,

Want a creative way to donate to Broward Housing Solutions® while shopping? Go to India Hicks  www.indiahicks.com/event/broward-housing-solutions/shopping  Holiday items were just added!  There’s something for anyone on your list: Bags. Beauty. Home. Accessories and Jewelry!

It’s simple. Click on the link. Find an item. Buy it! Proceeds from your purchased items will benefit Broward Housing Solutions’ 376 formerly homeless residents and their families, who struggle with mental illness.

About India Hicks: India was born in London, England, and comes from both British and design royalty. Her father was famed interior decorator David Hicks, and her mother is Lady Pamela Hicks, whose father was the last viceroy of India, hence India’s name. India Hicks founded the company in early 2015 with two experienced business-minded partners, Konstantin Glasmacher, a serial entrepreneur and developer of innovative and disruptive business models, and Nicholas Keuper, former Managing Director with The Boston Consulting Group.

After years of creating collections for traditional retail, she decided to take a different, and far more personal, route in launching her own brand. “I didn’t want my product sitting cold on the shelves of a Bergdorf Goodman.”

Rather, the exclusive collections of well-crafted gifts, beauty and accessories are sold through networks of entrepreneurial women, creating a more meaningful shopping experience.

Each piece, designed by India and inspired by her British heritage, island life, and madcap daydreams, has a story. These stories (and collections) are shared by our Ambassadors, with friends old and new… Building strong, solid businesses without ever having to go into an office again.

Special thanks to Janet Jordan for connecting Broward Housing Solutions® to India Hicks and to Jeannie and Steven Hudson for opening up their homes to ‘Get Together Give Together’!

Our Mission

To provide quality, permanent and affordable housing opportunities to meet the needs of lower income or homeless people with disabilities who also have mental illness.

Vision Statement:
“A compassionate community where all low-income people with mental illness have a permanent and safe home”.

Core Value:
Stability | Dignity | Hope

The Broward Housing Solutions® program costs approximately $48.62 per day, compared to $126 per night for incarceration or $540 per day for emergency room stays.

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