A man can become homeless quickly with a minimum wage or part time job. The Bill Hudson Project was begun for such men as these, to give them a safe, clean, warm family atmosphere with structure.
There are night supervisors for the Bill Hudson Project and for those staying in the Drop In Center. These men were homeless clients who have matured to these trusted positions. They now help others who are where they have been.
There is a common living room, kitchen, bath, dining room and storage room plus each bed has personal storage space.
The Bill Hudson Project is located upstairs in the CAM Inc Building and has six beds available that can be rented for $5 a night. Some sponsored beds are available to help clients while obtaining an income.
The Bill Hudson Project has been in operation since 2007 and helped many men get back on their feet, on their own and some reunited with their families.