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Introduction of New Executive Director of CAM, Inc. – Dennine Smith

We thank AP103 Productions, Kokomo, Indiana, for their gracious filming of this Event – October 8, 2019. Dennine begins November 1, 2019. Rev. Ruth Lawson will move to a retired position – Director of Church Relations.


Sincerely, Rev. Ruth Lawson

Dennine Smith – 765-434-0687


CAM, is a people to people ministry. Many of our volunteers and employees are clients that we have helped in the past. This is our twenty sixth year. There are some issues that we are counting on this fundraiser to help with. We are looking at replacing two central air units this spring. Our main building at 210 N Market is in need of new gutters, and our public kitchen, in this same building, needs repair. 50 – 75 people a day has taken its toll. On our Facebook page “Cam Hope” you can read a rendition of a lot of the services we provide for people in our community. It takes a city, a state, a nation! ❤️

In 2018, We housed 69 Men – Upstairs & Downstairs
In 2018 We Housed 58 People In The Family Hope Center
  • 15 Fathers
  • 16 Mothers
  • 20 Children
  • 7 Teens
When homeless families move in, Food gift cards would be very helpful.
This Ministry Began in 2012 With A Donation of 3 very fine trailers in Heartland MHC (formerly Bon Air)
One Trailer has a Case Manager assisting two other clients. Second Trailer has one Veteran assisting another Veteran. Third Trailer has two men on disability.

CAM Permanent Housing also includes the Wayman-Johnson Home, The Washington Home, & The Wabash Home
Wayman-Johnson Home
The Wayman‐Johnson Home began in 2013 ‐ A Combined Ministry with Wayman Chapel AME Church

The Serena House has become The Washington Home, housing a single father and 3 children

The Wabash Home was a gift. The Dunn‐Wiggins Family began purchase Sept 2016