In October 2008, the Founder, Adolphus Parker, had a counterintuitive idea — homeless people helping other homeless individuals. Out of this concept, emerged HHH, which became an official nonprofit organization in 2009.
The Founder believed that if the homeless were empowered with a few resources, they could run a social service agency. HHH was designed to be operated and controlled by the clients themselves.
HHH’s mission is to provide permanent housing for the homeless who do not have money or job – making them homeless no more.
Our vision is to shift the paradigm of society’s mindset, which is the belief that homeless individuals are unreliable, unproductive and so on. At HHH, the homeless literally help the homeless on a day-to-day basis, which underscores the organization’s tagline: Empowerment at its core.