The Interfaith Family Shelter has a scattered site shelter location in Marysville: Miracle House is an extension of our shelter in partnership with Marysville United Methodist Church.
Miracle House serves up to two families with children at any given time, and is based on our successful shelter-and-rehousing model. Since its launch in February 2020, Miracle House has served more than 17 families and enabled 80% of them to achieve stable housing upon exiting the 90-day program
Client families receive shelter, Rapid Rehousing case management, basic needs and resources to achieve permanent housing within three months, including: mental health and substance use counseling, budgeting and financial assistance, healthy living guidance, and the Children’s Program.
Interfaith Board President, Frank Busichio, MUMC Lead Pastor, Jenny Smith, MUMC members Steve and Jackie Johnson (at left) and Interfaith’s Executive Director, Jim Dean (right) officially inaugurate Miracle House.
The Interfaith Family Shelter’s Board President, Frank Busichio. and MUMC Lead Pastor, Jenny Smith, cut the ribbon to formally launch Miracle House on February 09, 2020.
Take a virtual tour of Miracle House (Courtesy Marysville United Methodist Church)
The Marysville Globe’s coverage explains how Miracle House will benefit local families in need – and children, in particular.
We look forward to a productive partnership, as we unite with MUMC to help families overcome homelessness in Snohomish County!
Does your family or someone you know need emergency shelter at Miracle House?
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