The IOH Program
The IOH program was founded in 1992 when the Interfaith Association of North Atlanta recognized a growing need for safe, affordable housing for working families. IOH offers a refuge where families can achieve financial solvency and self-sufficiency. At IOH, families live together, work, attend school, save, pay off debt and repair credit. Upon graduation, they have greatly improved their prospects and opportunities.
IOH has empowered hundreds of families as they work toward a brighter future. IOH defines 'success' by families that stay together, remain free of government assistance, and maintain private housing for 5 years post-graduation.