samaritan

for human services

Social and financial capital to reinforce pathways to stability.

unlock capacity to serve the next person in need.

Outreach and case teams use Samaritan to help people enter permanent, supportive housing faster, allowing them to serve more individuals.

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create deeply-engaging pathways to help clients take steps towards housing and life goals.

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deploy socialand financial resources to overcome barriers along the way (IDs, cellphones, move-in fees, job needs, food, storage lockers, social & professional support, etc.)

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reinforce efforts of your staff by activating volunteers to invest in clients alongside you.

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accelerate your client's journey to stability, unlocking capacity to reach the next person in need.

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report improved performance data to funders and contracts.

with unhoused neighbors among our most vulnerable right now, your work to help people gain stability has never been more important.

your organization cares for many city residents who pass through your neighborhoods without a home.

You've equipped professionals and volunteers to compassionaltely serve hope and resources that have led to life transformation.

but the need is great.

Each client comes from complex situations--from exposure to outbreaks, to addictive substances, to abusive relationships, to a lack of sleep, food, transportation, and emotional wellbeing.

collectively, these factors gum up progress and stretch your staff to potentially unhealthy levels.

Your financial and social resources are finite; staff and clients sometimes cannot pass through these barriers as quickly as they'd hope.

you're asking questions like,

"How can our staff help a higher % of clients gain resources to overcome these barriers?" and "How can we cut down the days a client spends in this situation, to reduce trauma, grow self-sufficiently, and free up capacity to reach the next person in need?"

samaritan exists to reinforce your team's missing and speak to these questions.

Contact us to set up a quick demo on deploying this resource for your incredible staff and the people you serve.

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let's talk about getting this resource to people in your community.

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Jeff Lilley former CEO of Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission
The number one question I’m asked is, ‘Jeff, how do I respond when asked for help on the street?’ Samaritan is an answer to that question.
Zaneta R former Day Center Coordinator, Mary’s Place
Most of the time, homeless people are ignored. Months and months go by and no one says their name. This app stops that.
Chuck Now-Housed Beacon Holder
This makes me feel like there's somebody out here who actually wants to help.
Emily Ishiki REST Community Advocate
It gives my clients the ability to care for their own needs with dignity, honor, and gratitude.
Vulcan
Marys place
Amazon
Goodwill seattle
Grocery outlet
St vincent de paul
Nordstrom
Deloitte
King county metro
Millionair club charity
Facebook
Costco
Outdoor emporium
Pike market senior center
Street bean coffee belltown
Zulily
Union gospel mission
Tune
Docusign
Army navy surplus
La bodega
Lane powell
Rover

Want to help? Whether you’re a church, company, or local merchant, there’s a way to invest in our unsheltered.