About Us

Helping homeless families help themselves.

“I’ve been treated with such respect and dignity. I don’t have to feel ashamed of myself. I just need to pick up and move on – there’s a real emphasis on that at the center.” – Jolynn, guest

Johnson County Interfaith Hospitality Network

A passionate group of congregational leaders, clergy and human service professionals established JoCoIHN in 2003 with the same mission that inspires our organization today: to empower homeless families by engaging people of faith.

JoCoIHN currently works with a network of 35 congregations to help situationally homeless families land stable jobs, find permanent homes and break the cycle of homelessness.

See how we help